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Living Together and Marriage

Patti Neighmond of NPR reports that more couples live together before marriage than ever before. The figures show how far our culture has changed in just one generation. But interestingly, couples who live together still tend toward marriage. This trend distinguishes the U.S. from some European countries where unmarried couples may live together for decades without getting married or having children.

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