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The Trojan Horse of Child Care
by Allan Carlson, Ph.D, The Howard Center for Family Religion & Society,
www.profam.org, 29-Jan-98
Indeed, the honest research evidence is overwhelming: Non-parental child care is inferior to at-home care. While it can stand as a necessary option for families in special circumstances, there can be no rational justification for giving substitute care the preferred political status it now enjoys. Indeed, it bears intellectual, medical, and psychological risks that would simply be unacceptable if the issue were anything else.
Category = Quality, Politics
The Trojan Horse of Child Care
by Allan Carlson, Ph.D, The Howard Center for Family Religion & Society,
www.profam.org, 29-Jan-98
For nearly 30 years, our Federal government has actively subsidized and promoted a program (daycare) that is bad for children, bad for families, and bad for the economic future of the nation.
...we can chart an alternate agenda that would end this unholy Federal war on the family, and create a system truly based on freedom of choice. It would include: ...an end to the tax preferences given to commercial, non-parental child care..
Category = Economics, Politics. Quality
Hillary knows what's best for everyone
by Don Feder
Jewish World Review,
jewishworldreview.com
13-May-98
Consequences are never seriously considered. Take It Takes A Village, the manifesto of the Clintons' new child-care initiative. Day care, social parenting -- yeah. Declare a crisis, then solve it with a new federal program.
Category = Politics
Hillary knows what's best for everyone
by Don Feder
Jewish World Review,
jewishworldreview.com
13-May-98
But don't think about the long-term implications of encouraging parents to default on their primary responsibility by assigning the upbringing of their children to strangers. Federal day care might do for middle-class families what welfare did for black families.
Category = Politics

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