France, Sweden, and Denmark famously subsidize childcare for all their citizens, and there's a growing movement calling for the same in the United States. But childcare is expensive—it's as costly as college, if you can even find a high-quality facility with room for your child. Opponents point out subsidized childcare requires many Europeans to pay higher taxes. They argue it would create more government dependency and say everyone should just take care of their own kids. What do you think?
Should the government provide free childcare?
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