August 18, 2013
FIGHTING INEQUALITY: Why ‘The Family’ Matters in Economics. “Rising income inequality, wealth disparities, and disproportionate health outcomes are all impossible to understand without taking a hard look at families. . . . The end result is that American families now seem to follow two tracks: those of the upper-middle class, where family institutions remain relatively strong, and those of the lower-middle class, where family instability is distressingly common.”
A review of Nick Schulz’s Home Economics: The Consequences of Changing Family Structure. Currently $1.00 on Kindle. I just bought it.