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Which Programs for Children Should Democrats Cut?

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Both the principled objection to helping parents at all and the technical case for helping two-earners in particular are, however, blinkered. Aid to parents is not, in the first place, a way of favoring them over non-parents: It’s a way of helping children. Some households don’t have children, yes, but all future households are run by former children. Governments need not be indifferent to the welfare and even the existence of future citizens.

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