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Stories by Rodger Doyle

Food Boom

Agricultural productivity sustains the U.S. economy

April 15, 2007 — Rodger Doyle

Breaking the Mold

A Real Family Value: Mothers who work outside the home

March 1, 2007 — Rodger Doyle

License to Work

Professional licensing: Road to social atherosclerosis?

January 14, 2007 — Rodger Doyle

Teen Sex in America

Virginity into the third millennium takes an uptick

January 1, 2007 — Rodger Doyle

Not So Revolutionary

Recent advances are no third industrial revolution

December 1, 2006 — Rodger Doyle

To Serve Man

The services sector proves to be a key to prosperity

September 18, 2006 — Rodger Doyle

Dumbing Down

The new Illiteracy--a challenge to the body politic?

August 21, 2006 — Rodger Doyle

Virtual Skulduggery

Internet crime may be a brake on productivity

June 26, 2006 — Rodger Doyle

Welfare Woes

Mixed success in getting people on their own feet

April 23, 2006 — Rodger Doyle

Lady Luck

More Americans cannot resist rolling the dice

April 1, 2006 — Rodger Doyle

The Honeymoon Is Over

After the vows, marital happiness may be all downhill

February 20, 2006 — Rodger Doyle

Sizing Up

Roots of obesity epidemic lie in the mid-20th Century

January 22, 2006 — Rodger Doyle

Modern Slavery

Despite attempts to end it, forced labor thrives

December 26, 2005 — Rodger Doyle

Fewer Men, More Crime

How a falling sex ratio can undermine a community

October 24, 2005 — Rodger Doyle

More Boys Than Girls

Skewed ratio may lead to the next sexual revolution

September 26, 2005 — Rodger Doyle

Myths of the City

Problems of urbanization are mostly false stereotypes

August 22, 2005 — Rodger Doyle

Back to School

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