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richman.jpgFormer Washington Post food critic Phyllis Richman has written a thoughtful essay about the path her career and personal life has taken over the years, with a nod to the sexism she faced along the way. The conceit: she's answering a letter that Harvard sent her 52 years ago, demanding she write an essay on how she would combine a "professional life in city planning with your responsibilities to your husband and a possible future family." [WaPo]

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