Sorkin, Amy Davidson
November 2017
New Yorker;11/27/2017, Vol. 93 Issue 38, p19
The article discusses the divide between the liberals and conservatives in U.S. politics on the issue of women's sexual harassment. Topics include how the issue of women's sexual harassment has affected political candidates from both the Democratic and Republican party and how the issue affected the political campaigns of Hillary Clinton and U.S. president Donald Trump.


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