Tuesday, January 7, 2003 Radio Show

Tuesday, January 7, 2003 Radio Show
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    Hour 1:
    Mommy Guilt
    The former governor of MA, who had a baby while in office, admits that she made bad decisions because she was racked with maternal guilt. Is it possible for women to have it all, all the time? Woman from Minneapolis calls to say she has it all and then casually mentions that she has a full-time "nanny" who has her 1 ? year old from 7:30 am until 3:30 pm, the hours during which she works at the deli she runs with her husband.

    Hour 2:
    The Health Care Problem ? 3rd in Our Series
    DP dialogues with Professor Mark Pauley, Health Care Expert at the Wharton School of Business. Prof. Pauley points out that 85% of Americans are already insured. Of the 15% not insured, half, 7.5%, mostly young people, have decided that they don't want insurance. The 7.5% who want insurance and can't afford it get 75% of the coverage the insured receive. So, how big a "crisis" are we really facing?

    Hour 3:
    Parents Pushing Kids into Prestige Colleges
    DP discusses an opinion piece in USA Today by the admissions director at MIT. Parents often threaten to sue when "junior" is rejected.

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