The Child Care Bill

STANG, Alan

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Illus. with photos. Belmont, Mass.: American Opinion, 1975. Wraps. 16 p. [11786]

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Stang asserts that a "bill is quietly moving through the Congress, which, if passed into law, would eventually give the federal government almost total control over American children, from the time they learn to toddle. Indeed, the bill would authorize that control even before the baby has left its mother's womb. It is a rewrite of the same bill that conspirators have proposed year after year since 1971, when deposed conspirator Richard Nixon, who said he favored the idea, was nevertheless forced to squelch it with a veto in the face of a nationwide roar of outrage from the people...".



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