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A new conversation on marriage

For the good of all families, the troubled institution needs to be strengthened

, Daily Report

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I serve on the board of directors of The Institute for American Values, a private, nonpartisan organization devoted to research, publication and public education on issues of family well-being and civil society.

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  • David S. DeLugas

    I agree. While addressing marriage, as a society, we must also put energies and NEW ideas into how our divorce and custody laws contribute to the incidence of divorce and the conditions under which children of divorce are treated, contributing to the very woes Justice Sears identifies.

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