May 1, 2010 (Weekend Edition Saturday) — Women are always daughters. They may or may not become wives, professionals or mothers, but they are always somebody's daughter and wondering what their mother might think of them. On this weekend before Mother's Day, we talk with Patti Davis, daughter of former first lady Nancy Reagan. Host Scott Simon talks with Davis, who's new book is The Lives Our Mothers Leave Us: Prominent Women Discuss the Complex, Humorous, and Ultimately Loving Relationships They Have with Their Mothers.
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