Shikha Dalmia

Reason Foundation / The Week

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Senior analyst with the Reason Foundation and columnist at The Week magazine.  

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A year ago, Hillary Clinton stood in the wings of New York City’s Javits Center, under a literal glass ceiling, waiting to break the symbolic one.

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Nearly 180,000 women are expected to march on Saturday, but what are they marching for?

Ahead of the Women’s March on Washington, are women united?

Nearly 180,000 women are expected to march on Saturday, but what are they marching for?

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The Environmental Protection Agency was established during the Nixon Administration 45 years ago to protect human health and the environment, but recent cases from  Michigan  to  West…

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The Environmental Protection Agency was established during the Nixon Administration 45 years ago to protect human health and the environment, but recent cases from  Michigan to West…

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