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The downstream costs of maximising daycare

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Seeing through a rhetorical trick

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Shotgun wedding? Forcing religious vendors to participate in wedding ceremonies

Counsels for a case in the US Supreme Court outline their argument.
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A Legacy of Spies: John le Carré‘s Smiley still has much to teach us

The lesson, however, may be cautionary rather than affirmative.
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Thailand’s population challenges

All too familiar ones...
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Alternative truths: a wife’s view of a gay coming out

When a father of six leaves his family it is called courage. What does his abandoned spouse think?
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The consuming self: economic coercion and partisan identity

Should we impose sanctions on political opponents?
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The end of the ‘summer of love’

The hippie generation’s lust gives way to a Gospel counter-culture of love.
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Hillary Clinton’s split personality

Pious Christian, abortion flagbearer. Can she be both?
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Moral Panic 101 proves to be a damp squib

Don't let facts spoil an emotional argument for gender indoctrination.
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The infectious effects of divorce and marriage

If divorce is catching, so is marriage.
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A rogues gallery of Right-Hegelians

Even the most dumbed-down political movement is built by slaves of defunct philosophers.
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American generosity after disasters: 4 questions answered

Religion and higher education are associated with readiness to give.
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The Reformation: 500 years later, why the brouhaha?

Have all the scars healed?
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Invisible circus unveiled

Micah is determined to find a magician to save his grandfather.
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Subversion, liberty, and ‘marriage equality’

Why did The Guardian reject this analysis of the consequences of legalising same-sex marriage?
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Irish women like cooking more than men do. How evil

But are they really less liberated than German women?
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The intellectuals who want to deep-six marriage

Some people are asking why we need marriage at all
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Mr Damore, welcome to the Prophet Club

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Boys will be boys. Girls won’t

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Something in the water: the Pill and feminised fish debate continues

A scientific institute is anxious to downplay contraceptive pollution.
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Is the Christian view of marriage too narrow?

A British MP lands in hot water over his views on same-sex marriage
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‘Poverty’ group distorts the legacy of Confederate statues

The Southern Poverty Law Center tars all monuments with the same brush.
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The media’s best-kept secret: how to avoid poverty

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Lost Raphael found in Manhattan

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The overwhelming majority of Americans believe in God

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