Katherine Mangu-Ward

Reason magazine

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Katherine Mangu-Ward is editor-in-chief at Reason, a libertarian magazine.

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The recent spate of sexual assault allegations have prompted public reckonings from some liberals about Bill Clinton's behavior during the Monica Lewinsky scandal, and a reappraisal of…

Roy Moore, Al Franken and… Bill Clinton?

The recent spate of sexual assault allegations have prompted public reckonings from some liberals about Bill Clinton's behavior during the Monica Lewinsky scandal, and a reappraisal of…

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