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The Afghanistan Of Today

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Afghanistan has never been an easy country to live in. It was worse for women. In my article The Afghanistan That Was, I mentioned how things changed for women there in the 1950s and 1960s. In the next decade, things reverted. In a way, things were worse because some people…

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