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First Voice Books Transcript
The book is Day Care Deception, What the Child Care Establishment Isn't Telling Us,  and the author is Brian C. Robertson
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Interview by Donna Ricks
October 2003
Brian (Robertson):  There is a whole industry of people who refer to themselves as child development experts.
...the day care advocates and the professional child care advocates...think that as a social norm, the group rearing of children is preferable to parental rearing of children. Most parents, of course, would disagree with that, but I don't think  (the parents are) fully aware of the agenda behind some of this promotion of day care.
Category = Politics
First Voice Books Transcript
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October 2003
Donna (Ricks):
Thinking people ask themselves: what's in it for the government? Why would they support programs that are not in children's interest?

Brian
(Robertson):
One reason is that the government is concerned with maintaining the largest tax base possible. Anything that would tend to reward parents for staying at home, raising their own children would take certain people, married mothers for instance, out of the tax paying economy. I think that's incredibly short sighted...
...That's one interest government has in promoting day care.
Another (reason):  The less families are autonomous, the more they have to depend on government.
...If government is giving money, direct or indirect, to certain groups in society, then those groups are more likely to vote for politicians that give them those benefits.
I think that dynamic is also at work in the day care question.
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