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New studies about health, work, and children give today’s women new food for thought as they try to make choices about family and career. A panel talks about the many pros, cons, and calculations American women are juggling today.
- Ann Crittenden Former New York Times reporter. She is also author of "The Price of Motherhood."
- Heidi Brennan Public policy advisor for the Family and Home Network
- Ellen Galinsky President of the Families and Work Institute
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