I’ve written a lot about Sarah Palin over the past year, because I find her fascinating — as a series of TV events, a political figure, a mother. So now, as she enters the news once again, I’m wondering: Is it fair, to her and to all working women, to wonder if some part of her decision to step down has to do with the many demands of her family life, and to cheer that decision if it’s true?
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The breastfeeding debate boils over in this fast-paced send-up of motherhood and feminism.
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