W. Bradford Wilcox is a visiting scholar at the American Enterprise Institute and the co-author of “For Richer, for Poorer: How Family Structures Economic Success in America.” He also directs the Home Economics Project at the American Enterprise Institute and the Institute for Family Studies. Follow him on Twitter @WilcoxNMP.
The divorce revolution has created a large minority of men who are ambivalent or hostile towards sacrifice, commitment, women, and marriage.
More marriage plus less non-marital childbearing equals more family stability in the nation’s most conservative counties, finds new research.
A close look at recent trends in marriage, non-marital childbearing, and single parenthood suggests the nation’s retreat from marriage may be slowing.
The decline of marriage is one of the primary reasons that the richer and poorer classes in our country are increasingly separate and unequal.
New evidence continues to indicate that the best shelter against domestic violence is a healthy marriage.
Less decent-paying work for less-educated men, cultural shifts away from marriage-centered familism, and the erosion of masculinity have drastically reduced marriage rates and eroded American society.
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