Going back to last Sunday, this article from the Sunday Times finds that attitudes amongst border Protestants towards mixed marriage is much harder amongst younger people than the older generation. It suggests that such attitudes are not learned from family, but from experience of society. PS, I’ve looked for the report itself, but can’t find it online. Drop me a line if you can!
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