The Birth Dearth Is About Culture, Not Cost

Young adults are having fewer children than ever before, not because they can’t keep food on the table, but because there is no family table.

Babies aren’t popular, right now. On average, Americans have never had fewer children as we did in 2020. Of course, that was also the year the pandemic began, something that historically, like war and recession, tends to empty maternity wards…


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