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News: Stewart Mocks ‘Princeton Mom’: What’s the Problem? Women Have ‘Too Much Equality?’

Jon Stewart took on the controversial "Princeton mom" Thursday night, a woman who believes women should spend most of their time in college looking for suitable men instead of working too hard. Stewart wondered what could possibly be her reasoning behind this. Do women just have "too much equality?"

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