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Before Kids Put a Ring On It

Kathry Lopez interviews W. Bradford Wilcox about cohabitation and its effect on children:

More than 40 percent of children in the United States spend time in a cohabiting household. That’s among the findings of the new “Why Marriage Matters” study from the Institute for American Values and the National Marriage Project at the University of Virginia.

W. Bradford Wilcox, director of UVA’s Project, chaired the team of family-scholar experts — including William Galston and Ron Haskins of Brookings, as well as David Popenoe of Rutgers and Judith Wallerstein of Berkeley — who put the study together. In an interview with National Review Online, Wilcox talks about the findings and how they can be put to practical use.
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