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Outside View: A risky experiment by Brandon Dutcher A UPI Outside View commentary Published 1/24/2004
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...for several years now we have been conducting  (a) great social experiment on children -- an unnatural, historically unprecedented experiment.  We've been putting them for a good chunk of the day in non-parental, institutionalized day care.
Category = Quality

Outside View: A risky experiment by Brandon Dutcher A UPI Outside View commentary Published 1/24/2004
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"Forty years ago, most Americans would surely have never believed that in the not-so-distant future, the majority of mothers with babies and preschool children would end up parting company with those children for many or most of their waking hours, and that many...would also insist that the separation itself was positively good for (the) child," says social scientist Mary Eberstadt.
(Daycare) is probably "the most important domestic experiment of our time."
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Outside View: A risky experiment by Brandon Dutcher A UPI Outside View commentary Published 1/24/2004
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Child development expert Dr. Stanley Greenspan calls it "a monumental experiment."  Dorothy Conniff, former head of city day care programs in Madison, Wis., describes day care as "a troubling social experiment."  Emmy Award-winning CBS reporter Bernard Goldberg says "this absence of mothers from American homes is without any historical precedent."
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Outside View: A risky experiment by Brandon Dutcher A UPI Outside View commentary Published 1/24/2004
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Sure, we can do it (daycare), but let's not pretend it's normal or inevitable, or that we can fully predict the long-term consequences.
Category = History, Quality

 

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