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Are Women Easy Bake Ovens?

Elizabeth Marquardt and Jennifer Lahl

Huffington Post, 10/26/2012 - Family, Donor conception...The New Normal, a sitcom that debuted on NBC this fall, features a gay couple deciding to have a child. They settle upon using an egg donor and a surrogate mother, the latter described cheerfully by a...

Pay, Papa, Pay

David Blankenhorn

National Review, 04/03/1995 - Family, Fatherhood...The deadbeat dad is the reigning villain of our contemporary fatherhood script. His visage, framed by a "Wanted" poster, makes the cover of Newsweek: "Deadbeat Dads: Wanted for Failure to Pay Child Su...

Can Government Strengthen Marriage?

Can Government Strengthen Marriage? Evidence from the Social Sciences

Signatories

Institute for American Values, 2004 - Family policy, Family, Marriage - 36 pages...Executive Summary A growing consensus of family scholars confirms that marriage matters: Both adults and children are better off living in communities where more children are raised by their own ...

The Revolution in Parenthood:

The Revolution in Parenthood: The Emerging Global Clash Between Adult Rights and Children's Needs

Elizabeth Marquardt

Institute for American Values, 2006 - Family, Parenthood - 44 pages...Executive Summary Executive Summary Lire "Revolution de la filiation" (French translation) Lire Sommaire Exécutif Press Release Around the world, the two-person, mother-father mo...

The Age of Unwed Mothers:

The Age of Unwed Mothers: Is Teen Pregnancy the Problem?

Maggie Gallagher

Institute for American Values, 1999 - Family, Family structure, Motherhood, Marriage - 60 pages...Full Report Executive Summary Why have three decades of intensive national effort to reduce teen pregnancy not been more successful? Largely because for three decades, we have framed the problem...

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