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Wow. You're kind of overreacting. This was the main point of the article that stood out for me:

"Formula isn’t as good at protecting babies against diseases, eczema and childhood obesity."

"“This year, the government announced goals for 2010: getting 60 percent of women to breast-feed exclusively for the first three months and 25 percent through six months."

Is that such a horrible goal? Most women receive the first 12 weeks off from work for maternity leave. Granted, not all, but a lot do.

Also, they seemed to make a point that the majority of women who do not breastfeed are poor, young, single and uneducated. So, I don't think that they are singling out working moms for being "too busy".

I just didn't hear an accusatory tone in that article that would justify your vitriol.
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