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According to a new study, the percentage of the population that is getting married is at its lowest in several decades. A panel talks about long-term trends in marriage and what they tell us about our culture.
- Douglas Besharov Professor, University of Maryland School of Public Policy; former Welfare Studies scholar at the American Enterprise Institute.
- David Popenoe Professor of sociology and co-director of the Marriage Project at Rutgers University
- Kristen Moore President and senior scholar at Child Trends
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