Millennials and the ‘success sequence’ | IN 60 SECONDS

Millennials are taking a dizzying array of paths into adulthood. But, according to AEI Visiting Scholar W. Bradford Wilcox, one path is more likely to lead away from poverty and to the American Dream.

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