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Maybe I do - marriage and commitment in singleton society, 2002 Conversations in Print Series, published by Institute of Ideas, featuring an essay by Jennie Bristow and a range of contributors responding including Fay Weldon, Mary Kenny, Yvonne Roberts and Helen Wilkinson.

Marriage as an institution has been in decline for decades, but even unmarried cohabitation now seems to be on the wane. Is the 'singleton society' simply a result of greater freedom, or does the reluctance to commit indicate a deeper malaise?

"The inner and external conflict being experienced by individuals and couples today - when it comes to giving in to passion and commitment - is the creative energy from which marriage will once again become 'hot' in a climate that appears lukewarm or cool to the idea of marriage and commitment."
Helen Wilkinson

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