Op-Ed: Women, Stop Trying To Be Perfect

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Read Debora Spar's Piece For The Daily Beast, 'Why Women Should Stop Trying To Be Perfect'

In a recent article on The Daily Beast, Barnard College President Debora Spar argued having it all is the standard of success for women. Striving for it, she says, condemns women and their daughters to failure. Spar talks with NPR's Neal Conan about the perfection trap for women.

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