NEW YORK -- You could call Elisabeth Badinter a very lucky woman. It's not just that she's wealthy, successful, a respected scholar and a best-selling...
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There's not enough energy to be spent judging what other women are doing. I have a hard enough time staying on top of work and family commitments; I don't have time to mess with anyone else.
Philosopher Elisabeth Badinter assumes that her description of a child centered world is the result of new social pressures on women. What's really new are the novel ways that modern mothers of young children are finding to cope.
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