'For Fertility, Marriage Still Matters' cited in article exploring the solutions to plumeting birth rates in the United States.
Carmel Richardson of The American Conservative dives deep into the fertility problem that we are seeing take place in the United States today. In the article, Richardson sites dropped birthrates and fertility rates, and the decline in testosterone levels, as other factors that impact a couple's decision to have kids like the marriage tax penalty. The article also cites research from 'For Fertility, Marriage Still Matters' report published by Wheatley Institute earlier this month. The research cited suggests marriage has a huge impact on fertility. Richardson expands further on the research saying "Stability still matters."
Read the full article here.