A new study from the National Center for Health Statistics, publicized by the Institute for Family Studies, suggests that young American adults may be turning to cohabitation largely because so many of them have painful memories of their parents’ divorce.

Can everything we need to say about how to live be translated into rights talk?  Possibly.  But.

Consider an easy case.  I can translate the statement that parents have a duty to care for their children into the idea that children have a right to their parents’ care.  Not bad.

The paradox of the sexual revolution is that those who preach it belong mostly to the upper stratum, but those who suffer from it belong mostly to the lower.  Will this difference persist?  I don't think it can.