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The Odyssey Years: The Changing 20s

Diana West

In 1960, roughly 70 percent of 30-year-olds were married, financially independent and starting a family. By 2000, fewer than 40 percent of 30-year-olds had done the same.

Brookings William Galston discusses the trend and implications

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See Galston’s presentation on The Changing 20s

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