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At the debate last night, a young woman asked the presidential candidates a question about work equality, noting that women make less than men. Now, this isn’t news, and hasn’t been for a long time. For decades women have been challenging inequalities in the workplace, with slow and erratic success. The candidates answered her question... Read more »
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