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How did this article ever make it onto KSL.com? I think there might be a NOM editor.
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TBMs will interpret this and say "See, the kids are not happier or better people!""This research doesn't say that children of employed moms are happier or better people, and it doesn't say employed moms are better," Kathleen McGinn, a professor at Harvard Business School and lead author of the study, told CNNMoney in 2015.
"What it says is, daughters are more likely to be employed" and hold supervisory responsibility, she said. "And sons spend more time in the home."
“Sir,' I said to the universe, 'I exist.' 'That,' said the universe, 'creates no sense of obligation in me whatsoever.”
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