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With 'Sophia,' A Forgotten Suffragette Is Back In The Headlines

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'Fear And Clothing': A Travelogue Of America Through The Clothes We Wear

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How Clementine Churchill Wielded Influence As Winston's Wife

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At 81, Feminist Gloria Steinem Finds Herself Free Of The 'Demands Of Gender'

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How Eisenhower's Strategies Could Help Obama When It Comes To ISIS

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What Exactly Does An Editor Do? The Role Has Changed Over Time

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Ta-Nehisi Coates On Police Brutality, The Confederate Flag And Forgiveness

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New Conservation Effort Aims To Protect Papa's Papers

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The American Political Invention That 'Let The People Rule'

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A Tale Of Two Titles: A Girl, A Train And Thousands Of Confused Readers

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