Jennifer Roback Morse
Jennifer Roback Morse is a research fellow at the Hoover Institution. She has appeared on numerous talk radio shows nationwide and is a regular columnist for the National Catholic Register. Her public policy articles have appeared in Policy Review, the American Enterprise, Fortune, Reason, the Wall Street Journal, and Religion and Liberty. From 1980 to 1996, she taught at Yale and George Mason universities. In 1996, she moved with her family to California, where she now pursues her primary vocation as a wife and mother.
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8/2/2006   Supporting Marriage
6/14/2006   What DO Fathers do?
4/4/2006   Big Love's Big Agenda
12/7/2005   Religious Freedom
11/8/2005   Prodigal Parents
8/10/2005   The Experimental Family
2/9/2005   Love Is Worth It
1/19/2005   Family First
10/13/2004   Can America Sustain Itself?
6/23/2004   Stepford Wives and the Gender Wars
5/19/2004   Science Discovers Our Need for God
5/5/2004   The Importance of Motherhood This Mother's Day
4/7/2004   Love In The Passion Of The Christ
12/18/2003   tothesource on Taking Back The Holy Night
11/25/2003   Jennifer Morse: It's What You Do With What You've Got
9/3/2003   Jennifer Morse on The Hook Up Culture
7/16/2003   Jennifer Morse on What Freedom Means
6/4/2003   Jennifer Roback Morse on Morality and the Bottom Line
2/12/2003   What's Love Got To Do With It?
1/22/2003   The Tale of Two Tax Plans
12/18/2002   The Gift of Christmas
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