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Do Mothers Just Need To Accept Sacrifice?

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Anne-Marie Slaughter's Atlantic cover story set off an enormous debate over work-life balance. She argues that moms with high-powered jobs are driving themselves crazy juggling career and family. She left a prestigious post at the State Department to have more time for her kids. Host Michel Martin speaks with Slaughter and a roundtable of moms.
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