How government, society can react to crisis in family life
CWN - February 24, 2011
The breakdown of American families has created a major national crisis, and government policies have often exacerbated the problem, writes Patrick Fagan of the Family Research Council.
Fagan raises a series of questions about what public policies should be considered to reverse the destructive trend and build support for healthy family life. His questions touch upon tax policy, divorce law, welfare programs, and more.
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