FRC study amasses evidence of how intact families strengthen society
CWN - May 27, 2011
A from the Family Research Council has compiled an impressive collection of evidence demonstrating that stable marriages play an enormous role in forming a healthy society. The data show that married couples and their children are more likely to hold regular jobs, bring in higher salaries, perform better in schools, avoid criminal activity and drug use, and enjoy good health than their neighbors in unmarried, divorced, or cohabiting households.
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