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Family Structure and Economic Outcomes


Published October 2004
By Patricia Morgan

A groundbreaking paper that places family values back in the political mainstream as an economic and social necessity. The paper shows a firm link between family breakdown and poverty, with the use of economic statistics and rational argument, Patricia Morgan cuts through decades of sentimental rhetoric and inaccurate reporting and reveals many of the progressive policies to have regressed society and the economy.

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