Marriage markets how inequality is remaking the american family june carbone and naomi cahn presents a provocative yet persuasive argument drawn from original research that ties together sociology economics politics law and policy. Marriage markets how inequality is remaking the american family july 10 2014 800 pm by maggie gallagher in their new book marriage markets law professors june carbone and naomi cahn point out perhaps the single most important fact about the state of 21st century american marriage its bifurcating. W bradford wilcox reviews marriage markets how inequality is remaking the american family by june carbone and naomi cahn. Increasing inequality and instability in the labor market over the past three decades has had a disproportionately negative impact on family stability and marriage rates among working class and lower income americans
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