‘Friends And Strangers’ Novel; U.S. Birthrates At 35-Year Low

‘Friends And Strangers’ Novel; U.S. Birthrates At 35-Year Low

Author J. Courtney Sullivan’s new novel explores the intense but often ephemeral relationship between a babysitter and her employer. She joins us to discuss “Friends and Strangers.” And, birthrates in the U.S. are at a 35-year low, according to the CDC. Professor Christine Whelan explains why and how the pandemic could impact birthrates in the near future.