Utopia Against the Family: The Problems and Politics of the American Family
Is the traditional family an anachronism? That's the question Christensen answers in this thought-provoking book. His analysis examines why government expansion often comes at the expense of family values.
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War over a Word
Political Turmoil at the Marriage Gap
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