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U.S. women behind in rights

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Kate Raphael of KPFA Women's Magazine interviews Joanne Conrath Bamberger about her new anthology, "Love Her, Love Her Not: The Hillary Paradox. Why do women have such strong feelings about Hillary Clinton?" and also interviews Prof. Frances Raday, who was on the delegation from the UN Human Rights Committee, about the deficit of women's human rights in the United States.


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