Maggie Gallagher

Maggie Gallagher is an affiliate scholar at the Institute for American Values, based in New York, and the author of The Case for Marriage and two other books. Her syndiacted column can be found at http://www.uexpress.com/

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Family Feud

A reply to "Family Values, The Sequel," May-June 1997.





A Reply to
Arlene Skolnick, "Family Values: The Sequel," May-June 1997

In
"Family Values: The Sequel," Arlene Skolnick raises
two important questions. First, is the trend toward family fragmentation—understood
as a steady decline in the proportion of children growing up with
their two parents—a harmful one? And second, should progressives
and other people of goodwill seek to reverse this trend?