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A recent report, “The State of the Working (And Non-Working) Man,” chronicles the problems working-age American men face in fulfilling their vital role as providers, including the disappearance of jobs paying a family wage, the explosion in the cost of middle-class goods, and the mass exit of men from the labor force over more than half a century. The family is struggling because men are struggling, including suicide rates soaring and a system that needs fixing. We investigate the details and some possible solutions.


The State of Working, and Non-Working Men



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