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We Need to Care about Care

By Jane Greenway Carr

Oct. 1, 2015

Jane Greenway Carr writes on a new book--and conversation on gender equality, work, and care--by Anne-Marie Slaughter.

We Need to Care about Care

Jane Greenway Carr writes on a new book--and conversation on gender equality, work, and care--by Anne-Marie Slaughter.


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