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On this week’s DoubleX Gabfest, Slate’s Hanna Rosin and June Thomas join New York editor Noreen Malone live in Washington to discuss Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina, balancing work and family in modern America with Anne-Marie Slaughter, and the rise of Generation Z.
Other items discussed in the show:
- “Why I Still Think Fiorina Was a Terrible CEO” by Jeffrey Sonnenfeld in Politico
- Rebecca Traister’s interview with Carly Fiorina in Salon
- “Yes, Carly Fiorina, Women Are a Special-Interest Group” by Christina Cauterucci in Slate
- “Carly Fiorina Means Business” by Frank Bruni in the New York Times Magazine
- Carly Fiorina’s debate highlight reel
- Unfinished Business: Women Men Work Family by Anne-Marie Slaughter
- “Why Women Still Can’t Have It All” by Anne-Marie Slaughter in the Atlantic
- “A Toxic Work World” by Anne-Marie Slaughter in the New York Times
- Jodi Kantor’s articles on Amazon and Starbucks in the New York Times
- “Make Way for Generation Z” by Alexandra Levit in the New York Times
- “Move Over, Millennials, Here Comes Generation Z” and “How to Spot a Member of Generation Z” by Alex Williams in the New York Times
- “How to Pretend You’re Part of Gen Z So People Will Like You” by Allison P. Davis in the Cut.
- “The Overprotected Kid” by Hanna Rosin in the Atlantic
- “Against Generations” by Rebecca Onion in Aeon
June recommends The Gay Revolution: The Story of the Struggle by Lillian Faderman.
Outro: “Washington, D.C.” by the Magnetic Fields
This podcast was produced by Ann Heppermann. Our intern is Jessie Chasan-Taber.