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Can the U.S. End Teen Pregnancy?

Jun 14, 2016 | 72 videos
Video by The Atlantic

Teen birth rates in the U.S. are down 9 percent from 2013, and they are the lowest they’ve been since 1940. However, America still has the highest teen pregnancy rate among 21 similar countries. Why is this? In this video, staff writer Olga Khazan explores how poverty, culture, and religion can all play a role.

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Authors: Caitlin Cadieux, Olga Khazan, Nicolas Pollock

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