In Chapter 9 of “Families that Work,” Gornick and Meyers outline a variety of objections that have been raised about the possibility of developing more-supportive family leave, working-time, child care, and school scheduling policies in the US, followed by rebuttals to each argument. Are any of these objections valid? Which of these objections do you believe is the biggest stumbling block to creating real change in the way the United States assists in the balancing of breadwinning and caretaking? Do any of these objections apply to the public policy you plan to propose for the final project? What counterpoints might you add? (Note that this is a chance for you to incorporate your personal perspectives and opinions as long as you remain respectful of others’ divergent perspectives and opinions.)Classmate Posts to respond to are attached in document labeled classmate responses.TedTalk Resource: