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Salvo 41

Salvo 41

Column: Family Briefing — Topic: FeminismSalvo #41

In Harm's Way

Why Are Women Marching to Their Own Hurt? by Nicole M. King


March 8, 2017, was "International Women's Day," and media outlets hailed the event's observation worldwide. A march in Buenos Aires, a fake glass ceiling in Tbilisi, Georgia, workplace strikes in France—these events and others made up the global celebration of "women's equality and empowerment," as the New York Times called it.

The celebrants' focus was a bit different in each country. In France, women were urged to leave work at 3:40 p.m.—women are purportedly paid, on average, . . .


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