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... likely to spend time in a cohabiting household than they are to see their parents divorce." The report has some good news about divorce: "Children who ...
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... 2001 Column #1052 (Fourth of a 5-part series) CHURCHES CAN VIRTUALLY ELIMINATE DIVORCE Is it possible for a church or synagogue to virtually eliminate divorce? Yes ...
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... 2008 Column #1 ,390 Advance for April 19, 2008 Taxpayer Cost of Divorce& Unwed Births: $112 billion by Mike McManus On April 15, ...
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... or synagogue and 60 percent attended services in any month. Yet the number of divorces tripled between 1960 and 1980, and have hung at that very high level ...
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... father's home. There are two jet engines propelling fatherless in America. One is divorce, "an oddly neglected topic in a nation that has the worst record ...
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... says the answer is that "Since 1970, marriage rates have dropped precipitously as divorce rates skyrocketed. The cultural respect for marriage as an institution was severely undermined ...
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... when a Jew marries a Christian, the couple is three times more likely to divorce than couples from similar religious backgrounds. In Chelsea's case the risk is diminished ...
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... I praised Perkins and Jackson for their book's stand on the need to reform no-fault divorce when no moral faults are claimed, such as adultery or abuse. Their ...
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... , when there should be three million. Why? Many who were children of divorce, fear marriage. Cohabitation has soared 14-fold from 530,000 in 1970 ...
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... a lifelong commitment for the sake of the children." In that light, divorce is a far more grievous blow to marriage than today's challenge by gays. ...
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