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What was the opt out revolution?

In this weekend’s New York Times Magazine, reporter Judith Warner checks in with the women of “the Opt-Out revolution,” a class of “former mega-achievers” who gave up their high-powered careers and fat salaries in the early-2000s to become mega-achieving stay-at-home moms.

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