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Anne-Marie Slaughter on Women, Work, and Public Policy | PolicyCast

Harvard University on October 17, 2012 16:09

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    Anne-Marie Slaughter, who has served as Director of Policy Planning at the U.S. State Department and Dean of Princeton's Woodrow Wilson School, sparked a wave of discussion over work/life balance with her article "Why Women Still Can't Have It All" in the Atlantic Monthly this summer. This week she talks about her experience since publishing the article, how her thoughts on the subject have evolved and what the implications are for public policy.

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