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Why Can’t Young People Get Out of Their Parents’ Basements?

Good question! Census data indicate that an unprecedented number of America’s young people haven’t been able to establish independent lives and are living with their parents. Why is that?

This American Experiment video, produced by our friends at Madison McQueen, explains that while there are many factors at work, liberal policies are a huge part of the problem. If we want our young people to enjoy a better future, we need better policies.

Here is the video, titled “Parent’s Basement”:

We released the video on Friday, and it has already gotten over 70,000 views on Facebook and the internet. If you like it, please share the link with your friends!

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