Coming Maelstrom: Coping With the Population Crisis

Plate, Tom
March 2007
San Diego Business Journal;3/12/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 11, p54
The article comments on the increasing instances of single motherhood. A study has examined a startling approach for women to raise children, referring to the rearing of children in the absence of men. Central to the problem is the increasing number of women who cannot seem to find a satisfactory male mate. Romantic and parenting relationships seem to go less together.


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