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  • NEW YORK (AP) — A first-person lament by a former State Department official on "Why Women Still Can't Have It All" has attracted more visitors to The Atlantic magazine website in a 24-hour period than any magazine story the site has ever published.The piece by Anne-Marie Slaughter described her struggles balancing a high-powered career with raising her two sons.Clicks were "approaching 450,000 uniques," magazine spokeswoman Natalie Raabe said Friday, citing data from Omniture.The piece also had more than 75,000 Facebook recommendations, not counting the links posted on individual facebook p

    LAST UPDATE : Dec 05, 2012, 2:00 PM EST
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  • NEW YORK (AP) — A first-person lament by a former State Department official on "Why Women Still Can't Have It All" has attracted more visitors to The Atlantic magazine website in a 24-hour period than any magazine story the site has ever published.The piece by Anne-Marie Slaughter described her struggles balancing a high-powered career with raising her two sons.Clicks were "approaching 450,000 uniques," magazine spokeswoman Natalie Raabe said Friday, citing data from Omniture.The piece also had more than 75,000 Facebook recommendations, not counting the links posted on individual facebook p

    LAST UPDATE : Dec 05, 2012, 12:30 PM EST
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