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he American culture seems to place a premium on being married. Do you think that employers, country clubs, housing, etc. should be able to discriminate based on marital status? Why or why not? Examples: Employers who subsidize health insurance for spouses, country clubs (and other organizations) that provide discounted membership and/or fees for married couples or families, but not singles. Provide at least one concrete example of a government or corporate benefit provided to married people but not to individuals.

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