Why Pokemon Go became an instant phenomenon
"We often assume that abortion is a tragic by-product of our current culture of family breakdown," says John D. Mueller in today's essay. He continues: "In fact, legal abortion is the main cause of family breakdown, including specifically the rise in rates of divorce, illegitimacy, and crime, and the entry of most developed nations—now including the United States—into “demographic winter”.
|The social and economic costs of legal abortion|
John D. Mueller | FEATURES | 18 July 2016
Abortion is the main cause of family breakdown, argues an economist.
|Why Pokemon Go became an instant phenomenon|
Katherine Isbister | CONNECTING | 18 July 2016
Connecting with others is an important part of the game's appeal.
|God Is No Thing|
Francis Phillips | FEATURES | 18 July 2016
The case for faith, by the religion editor of The Times Literary Supplement.
|China’s growing number of one-person households|
Marcus Roberts | DEMOGRAPHY IS DESTINY | 18 July 2016
But the Scandinavian figures are even worse...
|Music has charms to soothe a savage ghost|
Jane Fagan | READING MATTERS | 18 July 2016
An engrossing thriller set in Victorian England
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