General and Recent Press

The following articles come from an array of different news sources but all relate to marriage and aspects of Zoe.

"How a New Jobless Era Will Transform America," The Atlantic, March 2010 cover story.

Journalist Don Peck quotes Brad Wilcox, Institute senior fellow and director of the National Marriage Project at the University of Virginia, on how the Great Recession is affecting men and marriage.
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"Money Matters in a Marriage," The Washington Post, February 14, 2010.

Personal finance columnist Michelle Singletary writes about findings from the Institute co-published 2009 State of Our Unions report, and concludes that "Having a sound financial marriage is as romantic as roses and chocolate."
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"For Women, Redefining Marriage Material," The New York Times (online), February 21, 2010.

Barbara Dafoe Whitehead, Institute director of the Templeton Center for Thrift and Generosity, participates in an online discussion of how economic changes may be affecting women's marriage prospects.
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"Strategy Room" segment, Fox News (online), February 12, 2010.

Institute board member Chuck Stetson highlights Institute reports The Marriage Index and Taxpayer Costs of Divorce and Unwed Childbearing in a spirited dialogue on marriage with Ruth Institute president Jennifer Roback Morse, radio talk show host Ellen Ratner, and psychiatrist Dale Archer on Fox News' live webcast.
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"Love, yes, but be committed to marriage," The Atlanta Journal - Constitution, February 10, 2010.

Leah Ward Sears, the Institute's William Thomas Sears Distinguished Fellow in Family Law, argues that the key ingredient to a successful marriage is a commitment to the institution of marriage itself.
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"Did I Get Married Too Young?" The Wall Street Journal, February 12, 2010.

Institute research associate David Lapp argues that we should reconsider cultural assumptions about delaying marriage, and that an early-mid 20's marriage is a good option worth exploring for many couples.
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"Five Ways to Save Your Marriage," CNBC (online), February 8, 2010.

Columnist Shelly Schwartz extensively quotes National Marriage Project faculty fellow Jeffrey Dew's State of Our Unions essay on the links between thrift and marital success, and notes that "Couples who save together, stay together."
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"An Extraordinary Phenomenon in Kansas," Ingrams (online), December 2000.

Jack Cashill writes about the sucess of lowering divorce rates in Kansas through two men, Rev. Jeff Meyers and Rev. LeRoy Sullivan, both of whom helped to create Zoe.
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