Class and Race

Weyl, Nathaniel
January 1977
National Review;1/21/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p87
The article analyzes the claim that contraception widens the gap between the well-educated and the undereducated in the United States. According to several studies, as contraception becomes more generally accepted, it eliminates the fertility differentials among various classes and ethnic groups. Researchers claim that the advance of technology may eventually resolve the crisis of educational gap.


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