Evidently, one of the key points made by Adam Smith, according to National Review, is that the wealth of nations has something to do with the institution of marriage and how many children are born. Obviously, we can't be promoting real marriage and real family over the imitations--at least not in the government schools. However, it looks like I ought to buckle down and finally get myself a copy of Smith's magnum opus.
H/T Brothers Bayly.
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