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Did almost 300k children get married in 2000–2018 in the USA?

Firstly, let's take the emotive language out of the claim. The report takes the definition of "child marriage" to be a marriage involving any party under the age of 18 years old, and ...
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Did almost 300k children get married in 2000–2018 in the USA?

A bit of back-of-the-napkin math with census data suggests there were probably somewhere between 2-3 million 16- and 17-year-olds Really there are over 8.5 million who are/were 16 or 17 That seems a ...
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Was it ever common in the USA for women to use their husbands' Social Security Numbers as their own?

Yes. ...it has long been nearly impossible to function in the US without a number... While Social Security numbers (SSN) are ubiquitous today, and women's rights have advanced, I believe this ...
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Was it ever common in the USA for women to use their husbands' Social Security Numbers as their own?

According to Tools for Evaluating Health Technologies (1995), a publication of the 103rd Congress, at page 50 in a portion written by Jeff Whittle of the Veterans Administration: For example, women ...
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