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A Major Decision
by Anne Morse,  boundless.org,
Boundless Webzine, 24-May-01
In all the screaming over the Belsky study, one thing is clear: Self-appointed "women's leaders" are ignoring the needs of mothers and their children. No matter how many studies expose the shortcomings of daycare, their answer is always the same: We need MORE and BETTER daycare! Why can't they listen to America's moms, who say, in overwhelming numbers, that they'd far rather be caring for their kids than paying someone else to do it? It doesn't seem to occur to these leaders to call, not for the daycare mothers don't want, but for more and better ways to help women take care of their own children.
Category = Politics, Quality
Your Turn
Debating Daycare
by Anne Morse, Boundless Webzine,  boundless.org,
21-Jun-01
Author's Response
(Daycare advocates suggest that) there are no ultimate truths about family formation and the needs of children; that we can simply design our own reality, one in which it "works" to dump kids in daycare for 10 hours a day during the first six years of their lives.  But children's needs cannot be wished away simply because they dont square with our personal wishes. We have to take a hard look at what works for children -- backed by solid evidence...
Category = Politics, Quality
The Preferred Child Care is Mother's Care
by Gregory Flanagan, www.libertocracy.com,
28 Jul-01
"Wirthlin Worldwide conducted a nationwide poll...on behalf of the Family Research Council.  Surveying 1,004 adults in the U.S. they asked which kind of child care they believed was the most desirable.  "Across the board, regardless of race, age, partisanship or income level, Americans rated care by a child's own mother as the single most desirable kind of care for children.
...Commercial and government centers were rated the least desirable."
-- reported by Charmaine Crose Yoest in an article titled "Behind the Push for Day Care ... PARENTS AT HOME: Still the silent Majority"
Category = Quality
The Preferred Child Care is Mother's Care by Gregory Flanagan, www.libertocracy.com,
28 Jul-01
The majority of low-income families do not purchase child care...
(So much for the need for affordable subsidized daycare.)
Category = Economics

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