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The Witherspoon Institute

Absentee Fathers and the Newtown School Shooting

by  Russell Nieli

January 2nd, 2013

Any honest analysis of the Newtown tragedy must address the social problems caused by divorce, absent fathers, and the burdens of single motherhood.

Absentee Fathers and the Newtown School Shooting | Public Discourse http://ow.ly/gwU9P

1 Comment

  1. John Youell says:

    Appreciate the post about the Newtown tragedy. It certainly is eye-opening and should be a strong motivation to addressing the need to bring healing to the American family unit.

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