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Review of "Everybody's Children: Child Care as a Public Problem," by William T. Gormley, Jr.

Jane Waldfogel

Title:
Review of "Everybody's Children: Child Care as a Public Problem," by William T. Gormley, Jr.
Author(s):
Waldfogel, Jane
Date:
Type:
Reviews
Department:
Social Work
Volume:
90
Permanent URL:
Book/Journal Title:
American Political Science Review
Abstract:
William Gormley accomplishes three very important things in Everybody's Children: He makes a compelling case for government intervention in the child care market; he provides an analytic framework for thinking about that intervention; and he provides a wealth of information about the workings of that market. The result is a volume that is likely to be the definitive work of child care policy analysis for some time to come.
Subject(s):
Individual and family studies
Public policy
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Suggested Citation:
Jane Waldfogel, 1996, Review of "Everybody's Children: Child Care as a Public Problem," by William T. Gormley, Jr., Columbia University Academic Commons, http://hdl.handle.net/10022/AC:P:14662.

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