Economics Make Marriage Less Appealing For Some

University of Minnesota Law School professor and family law expert June Carbone says marriage in its traditional form no longer works effectively for huge sections of the American public.

In her recently released book “Marriage Markets”, Carbone argues that social inequality has changed the way men and women match up with each other and alters their expectations about each other and the future. 

Professor Carbone talked with KFAI’s Yvette Howie, who asked how the information in the book is different from what we already know about class structure. 

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