In Sweden, men must take two months' paternity leave to receive generous paternity benefits offered by the government. Some
men are now pushing for a third month. It has given rise to a culture of "latte dads" who hang out in Stockholm's plentiful coffee bars. John Stoll has details on Lunch Break. Photo: Christel Lind for The Wall Street Journal.
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