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Family Value

In 1970, the U.S. Census reported that more than 85 percent of American children were being raised in two-parent families. By 1998, that number had declined to 68 percent, where ...

“A Study In Comity”

That’s the headline of David Broder’s searing, sexy and just plain hot column on the “exhilerating experience” that was the bipartisan Iraq Study Group. I think Broder’s an important ...
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Studying Saudis

During the past two years a growing industry has emerged producing reports, articles, books, and documentaries on Saudi Arabia. Holding conferences on the kingdom is the fashion in the world ...
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Studying the War

In the wake of the release of the Iraq Study Group’s report, National Review Online asked a group of experts What does the Iraq Study Group’s report change, if anything? ...

Critiquing the Latest Guttmacher Study

This Thursday, NPR’s health-policy blog, Shots, posted a sympathetic article about a recent Guttmacher Institute study that analyzed the costs of unintended pregnancies. This study, which makes use of both ...
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Family Plot

Is it possible for Hollywood to make a movie about lesbian motherhood and sperm-donor fatherhood that isn’t just a preachy ode to the magic of alternative family structures? If you ...

A Critical Look at a Guttmacher Study

The Guttmacher Institute recently released a study on religion and contraceptive use. This study analyzed data that was reported by the 2006–2008 National Survey of Family Growth. Like nearly every ...