'Tiger Mom' Amy Chua discusses book at Politics and Prose
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'Tiger Mom' Amy Chua discusses book at Politics and Prose

Author Amy Chua read her controversial book, "Battle Hymn of the Chinese Mother," at Politics and Prose. The book discusses the strictness of the Chinese mother and the resulting success of their children. (Feb. 19) (David Nakamura/The Washington Post)

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