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Anne L. Alstott

Anne L. Alstott is Jacquin D. Bierman Professor of Taxation at Yale Law School, coauthor of The Stakeholder Society, and author of No Exit: What Parents Owe Their Children and What Society Owes Parents.

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Society relies on the unpaid, invisible work of parents—mostly mothers—to care for children and to buffer kids from trauma and stress. Supporting that work during COVID-19 requires direct cash support to families.

Anne L. Alstott
Anne L. Alstott
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The goal should not be to render child-rearing costless. The goal should be to lighten the burden.

Anne L. Alstott

The left may win if we link taxation to redistributive programs.

Anne L. Alstott

Hirschmann’s proposed “tough love” approach would worsen the situation.

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We should explore a different design of basic policies.

Anne L. Alstott

UBI could make a real difference in women’s lives.

Anne L. Alstott