Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Could government policy changes like a "Mr. Potter Tax" and college-debt forgiveness tied to childbearing rebuild America's traditional family culture? Or are "cultural headwinds" so great that the nation is unlikely to ever find its way back home?
The 2004 and 2008 elections showed a divided America — and that division extends even to families, say two family law professors who have launched a debate about "red" and "blue" American families.
But the peak years for career advancement for men are also the peak years for fertility for women, she said.
After spending years in college, people in their late 20s and early 30s are eager and expected to advance their careers, she said.