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Cheap Day-Care:
The Devaluation of Parenthood
by Chris Beneteau, catholic-legate.com, 16-Oct-03
Quebec (Canada), as our readers may or may not know, has a five-dollar per day day-care system. Although it is often touted as a major success, the facts prove otherwise. Outside of the devastating impact on children, the system has become so costly, that the Quebec government has had to withdraw funds from the Quebec pension plan in order to keep the system afloat. While this fact is certainly scandalous in its own right, it pales in comparison to the message that it sends about the importance of parenthood.
Category = Economics, Politics  
Cheap Day-Care:
The Devaluation of Parenthood
by Chris Beneteau, catholic-legate.com, 16-Oct-03
My wife was a preschool teacher...She worked for a very professionally run day-care program.... I can remember with vivid detail the stories that she used to tell about the damage done to children who attended her day-care. For example, a number of children would cling to the legs of their parents while crying and begging not to be dropped off. After a few weeks, these children would develop a hardness of heart as a result of the stress associated with the separation and feelings of abandonment. Parents would report that on weekends their children would say things such as, "I miss Lindy" (my wifes name is Melinda). Other parents would report that their children actually dreamt about the caregivers. The saddest of all were the children who waited by the window with long, sad faces for their parents to pick them up at 6:30 pm and beyond.
Category = Quality
An Empire of Widows and Orphans by Bill Kauffman, counterpunch.org
27-Oct-04
Government-subsidized daycare was one offspring of the Second World War; thanks to the Lanham Act, over half a million children were cared for by strangers in these cold institutions.
Category = History
An Empire of Widows and Orphans by Bill Kauffman, counterpunch.org
27-Oct-04
(The Middle American left should be anti-daycare. As Mother Jones* said, "The human being is the only animal which is neglected in its babyhood. The brute mother suckles and preserves her young at the cost of her own life, if need be. The human mother hires another, poorer woman for the job." And: "The rich woman who has a maid to raise her child can't expect to get the right viewpoint of life. If they would raise their own babies, their hearts would open and their feelings would become human. And the effect on the child is just as bad. A nurse can't give her mother's love to somebody else's child.")
*Mother Jones - Irish-born Mary Harris Jones [1830-1930], the famous and notorious activist, disdained the rich not least because they hired others to care for their children.
Category = Politics

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