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Drawing from in-depth research and personal interviews, a thought-provoking and revealing examination delves into the new social stratosphere of dating in today's society where independent, professional, and highly educated women find it extremely difficult to find the perfect mate.
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"There are plenty of good men left, of course, but Whitehead deftly illustrates why women in my generation often believe otherwise. She has given women in their 20s and 30s a wise explanation as to why finding a lifelong mate has turned into a seemingly hopeless chore. Fascinating and reassuring, her portrayal of the single woman's plight leaves young women with more hope -- and more strength -- than they had before."
-Alexandra Robbins, co-author of "Quarterlife Crisis" and author of "Secrets of the Tomb
"From the Hardcover edition."About the Author:
Award-winning journalist BARBARA DAFOE WHITEHEAD writes about social issues for numerous national publications. She holds a Ph.D. in American social history from the University of Chicago and currently serves as the codirector of the National Marriage Project at Rutgers University. The author of The Divorce Culture, she lives in Amherst, Massachusetts.
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