A recent Pew study found that only 26 percent of the Millennial generation are married in comparison to baby boomers whose marriage rates are at nearly 50 percent. Our guests say that the American family has undergone a quiet transformation over the past 50 years, and falling marriage rates are at the center of that transformation. What are the changes that contributed to that shift? In what ways and how will this impact larger society?
Kim Parker - Director of Social Trends Research at Pew Research
Karlyn Bowman - Senior Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute