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Quotes from books about daycare - 1985-1989, p 1

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Featured Books 1985-1989:  
Who Will Rock the Cradle   pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14  
Day Care Child Psychology & Adult Economics   pages: 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 21
A Mother's Work  pages: 22 | 23 | 24
High Risk: children without a conscience pages: 25 | 26
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Who Will Rock the Cradle?
Edited by Phyllis Schlafly, ©1989,
Page 8 & 14
… it is easy to prove that the good home care of children is better for them and the nation at large than good institutional care.
Hence, it is only with state subsidy, direct and indirect, that institutional daycare becomes rational economic behavior for many American families.
If the Federal Government taxes home production and subsidizes daycare, you will see fewer mothers-at-home and more institutionalized children.
“The Powerful Economics of Mothering”
Allan Carlson, Ph.D, economist and historian:
Category = Economics, Politics
Who Will Rock the Cradle? 
Edited by Phyllis Schlafly, ©1989, Pages 18-19
…a very worrisome pile of research is now accumulating which suggests that when the very young go into extensive non-parental care, many—possibly most of them—will suffer emotional and intellectual harm.
…symptoms found in recent studies include low self-esteem, sharply increased aggressiveness (kicking and biting, etc.), weak child-parent bonds, poor social skills, and poor academic performance. These things have been found to occur not just where the daycare is of low quality—as most daycare is, and always will be when it is provided on a mass, institutional scale…
“Raising Children in a Difficult Age”
Karl Zinsmeister
Category = Behavior, Development, Quality
Who Will Rock the Cradle? 
Edited by Phyllis Schlafly, ©1989, Page 20
One of the dirty little secrets of the current daycare debate—something that comes as a great surprise to persons who have taken their cues only from media reports and daycare activists—is that for many years, pediatricians, psychiatrists and child development experts have been warning that serious risks result when children are separated from their parents for significant blocks of time at a young age.
Common sense could have taken us more speedily to much the same place that ponderous research is now leading. To me, it is astonishing, really, that so many of us ever convinced ourselves that it is not necessary to actually talk to, teach, hold and comfort our babies ourselves, that we could leave those things to (others)…

“Raising Children in a Difficult Age”
Karl Zinsmeister
Category = Politics. Quality

 

Quotes from books about daycare - 1985-1989, p 1

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