W. Bradford Wilcox
W. Bradford Wilcox

W. Bradford Wilcox is director of the National Marriage Project and a visiting scholar at the American Enterprise Institute. Follow him on Twitter.

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Jan. 22 2014 3:55 PMFamily MattersWhat’s the most important factor blocking social mobility? Single parents, suggests a new study.
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March 25 2013 5:45 AMTie the KnotWhy are so many twentysomethings having children before getting married?
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June 14 2013 7:22 AMDaddy’s HomeFatherhood transforms men. But only if they live with their kids.
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July 20 2012 8:22 AMThe Kids Are Not Really AlrightIt’s worse to be raised by a single mother, even if you’re not poor.
  Life
The History of American Slavery
Sept. 3 2015 11:17 AM Why They Fled Underground Railroad operator Sydney Howard Gay’s meticulous guestbook reveals how and why enslaved men and women risked everything to escape north.
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The History of American Slavery
Sept. 3 2015 10:59 AM To Do No Harm? History of American Slavery, Episode 7: What modern medicine gained from slavery, and how slaveholders sought to legitimize their ideology through science.