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A documentary on CBS All Access asks: Would we be better off if women ran the country, wrote the laws and enforced them?

Pine Lake: Women-run town in Georgia is struggling to remain true to its progressive values

A documentary on CBS All Access asks: Would we be better off if women ran the country, wrote the laws and enforced them?

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