In our currently polarized country, there seem to be very few things that can bring us together. The sense of tribalism in our culture and politics has been magnified by the Coronavirus pandemic—which many of us hoped might bring a sense of unity to the country in the fight against a common enemy.
If we are concerned about poverty, inequality, and social mobility, we should be concerned about the collapse of marriage and widespread father-absence--particularly among America’s poor and working-class.
Regardless of political ideology, religion, race/ethnicity, gender, age, education level, or income, most Americans are proud to be American.

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