CALIFORNIA: Is the state of California to blame for the "divorce epidemic" hitting the United States?

I was reading here that the State of California is singularly responsible for the divorce epidemic in America due to the “no fault” laws which were first promulgated in California and copied around the country, except for New York which is still a “no fault” state. The argument is that by making it so easy to obtain a divorce, the California legislature effectively weakened the state of matrimony and pretty much puts the “family structure” as we know it in jeopardy. It seems there may be some push back and advocates of DOMA, in California, and other states are lobbying to get “fault” put back in the equation.
What do you think about this? Should a person have to prove grounds in order to get a divorce? Should all states go back to “fault-based” divorces? i.e. if you don’t have a good reason to seek the divorce (adultery, cruelty, imprisonment, etc) should the court have to the power to force you to stay married? By the way, in New York, the court can force you to stay married if you don’t or can’t prove your grounds for a divorce. What do you think about that?