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Bookworm: Educated women – a class apart? (access required)

Your mother worked for as long as you can remember. Whether inside the house or out, for money or motherhood, she worked — hard. She might not have had prestige. Maybe she was a cog in a wheel in a factory or in a corporation. Or she might have pulled 24-hour days without ever leaving home.

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Bookworm: How to create a viral product in six steps (access required)

Your office is like a petri dish. Someone lets loose with a minor sniffle and — boom — you’ve all got colds. A little runny nose and everybody’s fighting the latest bug, the community hand-sanitizer bottle becomes the new hang-out spot, and the workplace is a real barrel of fun.

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