The Marriage Cure The New Yorker Oklahoma has rarely found itself in the vanguard of antipoverty thinking, but the class to which the two women were heading embodies a vigorous new idea something known locally, and archly, as the marriage cure Traditionally, singleness has been viewed as a symptom of poverty. The Marriage Cure The American Prospect S everal authors long associated with the idea that marriage is a prime cure for inequality have published a manifesto, condensed in The Washington Monthly The new wrinkle is an alliance between marriage traditionalists and gay rights activists. The Marriage Cure Kindle edition by Lee Ann Sontheimer The marriage cure gives you not only a beautful love story, but shows the views of the horrific treatment of Native Americans at the time of the Trail of Tears The hero, a mixed race man, shows the reader through memory and flashbacks his experiences with losing his family. The Marriage Cure by Lee Ann Sontheimer Murphy In The Marriage Cure, half Cherokee, half Irish Johnny Devaney leaves Fort Gibson in the Indian Nations The place is nothing than a pest hole of disease and he hates that he has descended into living life as a filthy drunkard. The Marriage Cure by Katherine Boo Longform The Marriage Cure In an Oklahoma City neighborhood usually left off city maps, the federal government is implementing its million anti poverty plan teaching poor Americans how to get married Katherine Boo New Yorker Aug min Permalink The Marriage Cure Camellia Net Digital Catalog OverDrive The title, The Marriage Cure, is taken from an old Irish proverb that says the only cure for love is marriage.