As Katrinn Benhold reports:  In Sweden, Men Can Have it All.  Thirty five years after the Swedes instituted the concept of parental leave, and fifteen years after the law changed to make a portion of each family’s paid leave available exclusively to fathers, 85% of fathers take time off to care for children. 

This is another  article in the International Herald Tribune series, “The Female Factor” reprinted in the New York Times. Here’s my prior post on Benhold’s piece on working women in Germany published several months ago.