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What is the Women’s Liberation Movement?

    The Women’s Liberation Movement, also known as feminism, was a social and political movement that sought to address and rectify gender inequalities. It gained momentum in the 1960s and 1970s, advocating for women’s rights, including reproductive rights, workplace equality, and the elimination of discrimination.

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