Wives Increasingly Earning More Than Husbands

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Men are increasingly likely to marry women who make more than they do, according to a new study on the changing economics of marriage. Columnist Amy Dickinson and clinical psychologist Joshua Coleman discuss what that role reversal means for some couples.

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