One and Done: The Rise of Only Childhood
Even if you haven’t heard of Only Child Syndrome, you can probably guess the symptoms: Selfishness, arrogance, loneliness. Single-child households have doubled in the last 20 years and this hour we’ll hear why those old stereotypes are dead wrong. We’ll also take a look at what America’s declining birth rate means for the future prosperity of the US and the world.
- Lauren Sandler, author of One and Only: The Freedom of Having an Only Child and the Joy of Being One
- Phil Longman, Senior Research Fellow with the New America, Senior Editor of Washington Monthly
- John Casterline, Director of the Institute for Population Research at OSU