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America Has Never Not Had a Child Care Problem

By Rebecca DeWolf

Feb. 9, 2017

The persistent view that child care is the primary responsibility of mothers has created a child care system with weak foundations.

America Has Never Not Had a Child Care Problem

The persistent view that child care is the primary responsibility of mothers has created a child care system with weak foundations.


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