CHILD CARE: WHAT WORKS -- AND DOESN'T Some 3,500 companies offer day care benefits. The federal government helps out too. But it should stop subsidizing the well-off and do more for the poor

Fierman, Jaclyn; Dennis, Darienne L.
November 1988
Fortune;11/21/1988, Vol. 118 Issue 12, p163
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