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Slate's Everyday Economics: Kid Genders and Divorce

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Slate's Everyday Economics: Kid Genders and Divorce

Slate's Everyday Economics: Kid Genders and Divorce

Slate's Everyday Economics: Kid Genders and Divorce

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Economist Steven Landsburg talks to NPR's Alex Chadwick about a study that indicates couples who only have daughters are more likely to get divorced than couples who have only sons.

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