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  1. Controversy: Family Trouble
    The American Prospect, September 1997, p. 18
  2. Defining Daddy Down
    Has the Fatherhood Movement Lost Its Way?
    The American Enterprise, September 1999, pp. 31-34
  3. Disturbing the Nest (1989)
    Family Change and Decline in Modern Societies
    2 Reviews
  4. Family Decline in the Swedish Welfare State
    The Public Interest, Winter 1991, pp. 65-77
  5. "Family Decline in the Swedish Welfare States"
    Family decline: a rejoinder
    The Public Interest, Fall 1992, pp. 117-122
  6. [+]
    Home Alone (3 Reviews)
    The Plight of Children
    1. When the Bough Breaks by Sylvia Ann Hewlett
    2. Children at Risk by James Dobson and Gary L. Bauer
    3. Childhood's Future by Richard Louv
    First Things, August/September 1991, pp. 49-51
  7. Life Without Father (1996)
    Compelling New Evidence That Fatherhood and Marriage Are Indispensable for th...
    2 Reviews, 1 Readable
  8. Making Our Hometowns More Livable
    Preserve National Communities
    The American Enterprise, November 1996, p. 68
  9. The Marriage Savers
    Fatherhood and Marriage
    The American Enterprise, May 1996, p. 31
  10. Murphy Brown Redux
    The Weekly Standard, July 27, 1998, pp. 15-16
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    Briefly Noted (Review)
    Divorced Dads, by Sanford L. Braver and Diane O'Connell
    1. Divorced Dads by Sanford L. Braver and Diane O'Connell
    First Things, March 1999, p. 59
  12. Single Father's Day
    The Weekly Standard, July 2, 2001, pp. 16-17
  13. Sociology (1977)
  14. The Vanishing Father
    A World Without Fathers
    The Wilson Quarterly, Spring 1996, pp. 12-29
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