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Comprehensive Child Development Bill of 1972

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  1. The United States Congress passed the Comprehensive Child Development Bill in 1971

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  2. If this bill had become law it would have provided a multi-billion dollar national day care system designed partially to make it easier for single mothers to work and care for children simultaneously, thereby alleviating strain on the welfare system

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  3. President Richard Nixon vetoed the bill in 1972

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  4. Nixon's veto and his accompanying rationale reveal several staple thought processes of Cold War politics in the United States

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  5. said that the bill would implement a "communal approach to child-rearing," tying it to broad-based fears of Communism

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