Marriage crisis is not driving income inequality, but the latter may be causing the former
What You May Have Missed
By Mary Barker
For the Deseret News
Published: Friday, May 16 2014 12:00 a.m. MDT
While marriage is certainly desired, and may help to alleviate poverty and promote the upward mobility of children, its absence doesn’t explain income inequality. The solution to that problem lies elsewhere.
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