For Single Mothers, Stigma Difficult To Shake

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Rich Morin, senior editor, Pew Research Center
Mary Pols, author, Accidentally On Purpose: The True Tale Of A Happy Single Mother

There are still nuclear families in America, but there are also unmarried parents, gay parents, families without children, and single parents. Research shows that Americans are increasingly tolerant of all kinds of families, with one exception — single women raising children alone.

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