Propositions Institute in the Public Square

Why Marriage Matters: An Argument for the Goods of Marriage

August 16, 2011

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A Conversation with Elizabeth Marquardt, director of the Center for Marriage and Families at the Institute for American Values; Amy L. Wax, Robert Mundheim Professor of Law, University of Pennsylvania Law School; and W. Bradford Wilcox, director of the National Marriage Project, University of Virginia and chair of the team of scholars that authored the third edition of Why Marriage Matters; hosted by Jonathan Rauch, guest scholar at the Brookings Institution.

Introduction 4:45 Minutes

Jonathan Rauch, guest scholar at the Brookings Institution

The Conversation 45:52 Minutes

Jonathan Rauch in Conversation with Elizabeth Marquardt, Amy L. Wax, and W. Bradford Wilcox

Q&A 7:26 Minutes

Bernadette Vissani, Director of Education, NJ Physicians Advisory Group, and Sandra Stingle, Professor of Psychology, Barnard College

Q&A 3:20 Minutes

Richard A. Panzer, Founder/Director, Institute for Relationship Intelligence

Q&A 2:41 Minutes

Tom Sylvester, Associate, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP

Q&A 3:11 Minutes

Lauren Sandler, Journalist

Q&A, Editor’s Choice
5:52 Minutes

Robert Kelley, Minister, St. Paul Baptist Church

Q&A 2:47 Minutes

Beverly Willett, Writer and Vice Chair, Coalition for Divorce Reform

Q&A 3:50 Minutes

David Blankenhorn, President, Institute for American Values

Q&A, Editor’s Choice
8:15 Minutes

Sean Fieler, Managing Member, Equinox Partners