Charlotte Alter

Time magazine

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Writer covering women, culture, politics and breaking news for Time magazine

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A closer look at some of the trends reshaping political behavior on the left.

Pragmatic but still undecided

A closer look at some of the trends reshaping political behavior on the left.

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Are we there yet? It's been a rough week.

We're in the midterms home stretch

Are we there yet? It's been a rough week.

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Democrat Hillary Clinton would be the first woman president, but many self-styled "feminists" are not supporting her candidacy.

The Politics of Feminism: It's Not All about Gender

Democrat Hillary Clinton would be the first woman president, but many self-styled "feminists" are not supporting her candidacy.

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