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The Importance of the Shared Meal

Today's WSJ has a great column on the comeback of the family dinner. It seems this movement is based right here in Minnesota.

The studies show that having family meal time increases children's health and academic performance. I suppose it has some other important benefits as well. While it shouldn't take a scientific study to prove what has always been common sense, having data like this will continue to help the pro-family movement. The forces of cultural degeneration can only butt up against reality for so long. Dan Quayle was right!


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