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Опубликовано 16 октября 2018, 22:33
If this past year in politics has taught us anything, it's that women are not marching into the upcoming midterms quietly. Spurred by the election of Donald Trump, and more recently the rise of the Me Too movement, women’s political energy could shift the balance of Congressional power. Rightful female rage is also behind moments like the now-viral video of sexual abuse survivors confronting Senator Jeff Flake in an elevator after he announced his support for now-Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. What will come of the current movement? Jim Braude was joined by Rebecca Traister, author of the new book, Good and Mad: The Revolutionary Power of Women’s Anger.
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