- AEI scholar since 1990
- Senior Fellow, Manhattan Institute for Policy Research, 1982-90
- Research Scientist, American Institutes for Research, 1969-1970, 1974-1981
- Peace Corps Volunteer and US-AID contractor in Thailand, 1965-69
Every August since 2009 has seen a spate of news stories telling us the good news that the rate of nonmarital births has fallen. And so it has done, from a high of 51.8 births per 1,000 unmarried women in 2007–2008 to 44.8 in 2013. But during the same period, the ratio of nonmarital births—the percentage of live births that have been to single women—has been nearly flat, standing at 39.7% in 2007 and 40.6% percent 2013.
W.H. Brady Scholar Charles Murray talks on Salem Radio Network about the distinction between progressives and liberals.
Liberalism as I want to use the term encompasses a set of views that can be held by people who care as much about America’s exceptional heritage as I do.
A scientific revolution is under way—upending one of our reigning orthodoxies.
A good way to jar yourself out of unreflective atheism is to read about contemporary science.
How can young people succeed in workplaces dominated by curmudgeons who are judging their every move? At this AEI book event, bestselling author and social scientist Charles Murray will offer indispensable advice for navigating the workplace, getting ahead, and living a fulfilling life.