In a recent Princeton Alumni Weekly article on the future of marriage, Principal Investigator Sara McLanahan discusses Fragile Families and the “diverging destinies” between between rich and poor Americans.
"More and more, Americans tread two paths. The well-educated and economically secure, she finds, are likely to get married and stay married. They report greater satisfaction with their marriages, and their divorce rates have declined to levels not seen since the 1960s... For those with less education and more precarious economic prospects, the situation is very different."
- Mark F. Bernstein ’83
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