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Smock says cohabitation may be keeping divorce rates steady

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"The Case for Cohabiting" - Daily Beast. 04/18/2012.

Pamela Smock is quoted in this response to a NYT op-ed on the downsides of cohabitation. What of the op-ed claim that cohabitation can lead to a "doomed marriage"? Smock says, "Some of the most recent studies are finding no effect on the likelihood of divorce, even along racial and class lines."

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Pamela Smock

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