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AIR DATE: March 15, 2013

March 8 is International Women's Day - the perfect time to reflect on the progress women have made, and the challenges they face all over the world.

Late last year, Hanna Rosin wrote the book, "The End of Men," but men still dominate politics and business. Sheryl Sandberg's new book challenges women to "Lean In" to their careers, because many young women hold themselves back at work. Do you think that's good advice? Or does it ignore the plight of most working women?

 

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