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The First Lady: A Feminist Review

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The First Lady: A Feminist Review

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The First Lady: A Feminist Review

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First Lady Michelle Obama's emergence as the nation's "Mom-in-Chief" has sparked lively discussion in the feminist blogosphere. Some say the first lady image plays down her success as a career woman, but others say her presence in that role is, in itself, a sign of progress.

Host Liane Hansen talks to Ann Friedman of Feministing.com and Tami Harris of the blog, "What Tami Said," about Michelle Obama's public image.