On page 421 of the textbook The Family: Diversity, Inequality, and Social Change, Author: Philip N. Cohen, Edition: Second) (in the Changing Law section titled Family Leave), Cohen states, “the United States is the only wealthy country that still does not guarantee any paid leave to parents to care for their children–and most countries provide more unpaid leave as well.” Cohen goes on to note that Finland lies at the other end of the spectrum in that it guarantees more than three years of paid leave.In 1-2 pages (double spaced, 12-point font), share your perspective on how U.S. laws regarding family leave compare to those of other countries. As part of your response, make a policy recommendation that you think will provide the most appropriate balance between work and family.(Note: Refer to the Changing Law section of the textbook titled Family Leave for additional information, tables/figures, and data to complete this assignment).
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