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Combating the American marriage crisis

Marriage rates are steadily decreasing, divorce rates are steadily increasing and, although experts recognize that failed marriages threaten society, they don't agree on a solution.
According to a report published by the National Marriage Project, "More than 40 percent of first marriages and 60 percent of second marriages are ending in divorce, with lower income and less educated couples especially at risk."
The report quotes writer Michael Potemra, who explored the issue of poverty in the United States while crisscrossing the country in a Greyhound bus. He saw firsthand the effects of frequent divorce and failed relationships among the ...

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