John Culhane

Widener University / Slate

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John Culhane is a professor of law and co-director of the Family Health Law & Policy Institute at Widener University's Delaware Law School. He also writes the Hey Daddy column for Slate.

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Kindness, Respect, Character -- Parents work to instill those values in their children.

What does 'family values' mean in the Trump era?

Kindness, Respect, Character -- Parents work to instill those values in their children.

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