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"Dear Feminists: In The Name Of Fighting Poverty, Can We Call A Truce About Marriage?"

Social scientists have known for a while now that poverty isn't just about money:

A shockingly high 94 percent of births to college-educated women today are in wedlock, but 57 percent of women with high-school degrees or less education are unmarried when they bear their first child. Sadly, marriage today is relegated largely to higher social classes, as documented in the recent book Marriage Markets, by June Carbone and Naomi Cahn. 

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