A conversation with Anne-Marie Slaughter about why women can't juggle a high-powered job and being fully present as parents - at least not the way America's economy and society are structured today.
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Anne-Marie Slaughter believes that they can, but "not today, not with the way America’s economy and society are currently structured": [T]he minute I found myself in a job that is typical for the vast majority of working women (and ... Read Post