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Jun 20

Now and Not Yet: Making Sense of Single Life in the Twenty-First Century

Location: The Heritage Foundation

While so many of us support marriage and family, conservatives also have marriage-minded singles in their late twenties and thirties and forties in our midst. If we value marriage, we too should value and mentor those among us who want to get there but are not there yet. Now and Not Yet brings to light this unaddressed reality of modern life...


Kathryn Jean Lopez,  editor, National Review Online


In her insightful and hopeful meditation on contemporary singlehood, Jennifer Marshall breaks through the tired stereotypes of the single woman as desperate for marriage or obsessed with career.  … This book is essential reading not only for single women of all ages but for their mothers, fathers, friends, and faith communities.


Barbara Dafoe Whitehead, author, Why There Are No Good Men Left: The Romantic Plight of the New Single Woman, and co-director, National Marriage Project, Rutgers University

More About the Speakers

Jennifer A. Marshall
Author, and
Domestic Policy Studies,
The Heritage Foundation

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Phillip N. Truluck Phillip N. Truluck

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