"My argument would be maybe it's different for single parents, but that's very complicated," he said. "Ages would also be very important. There's no benefit before 3, and there are costs. So I would say there shouldn't be subsidies for day care before the age of 3."
He said cohabiting is particularly devastating for young women, who risk wasting the years during which they are most likely to find a suitable mate and have children by chasing someone who just isn't that into them.
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