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Feminist writer and activist Gloria Steinem gave this speech in support of the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) in 1970. The speech is regarded as a powerful rallying cry for second-wave feminism in the U.S. The debate about the ERA was still raging when
Dig is a podcast on historical topics. This episode examines the sexual beliefs and behaviors of early American Puritans, which Atwood drew on to create the Republic of Gilead.
As well as a novelist, Margaret Atwood is an acclaimed poet. This poem, written around the same time as
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