Feminism and Rights

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Medium

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law and liberty

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American Affairs

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UnHerd

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The American Mind

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Church Life Journal

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The American Mind

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Public Discourse

Feminism’s Last Battle

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Church Life Journal

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Wall Street Journal

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First Things

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America

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Journal of Law and Religion

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Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy

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Newsweek

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National Affairs

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