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3 Things I Tell My Daughters Every Day

My 11-year-old daughter recently asked me, "Do you make more money than Mommy?" Her class was studying the Revolutionary War and had discussed how married women of the time essentially forfeited their legal earnings to their husbands. The teacher pointed out that women continue to face unequal treatment today in the form of wage inequality, which prompted my daughter's question.
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