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A Case for Later Marriage

From the January 2012 Print Edition

At my parish moms’ club, mothers arrive in the church hall with their preschoolers and toddlers ready for play. They speak lovingly of their husbands and their home life. Most of the women I encounter in my slice of suburbia outside of Washington, D.C.—a kind of Norman Rockwell world with . . . . Continue Reading »