Why Marriage Doesn’t End Povertythe Editors
Jan. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Conservatives are once again touting marriage as the way out of poverty. They point to U.S. census data showing that poverty is concentrated in single-parent families and that marriage is highly correlated with more successful households and higher-achieving children.
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