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Is The "Cohabitation Effect" Obsolete?

In the most-shared article in the NYT last weekend, psychologist Meg Jay warned couples against living together before marriage. Hanna Rosin rolls her eyes: Jay trotted out the usual clichés about women looking at living together as a step toward...
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