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New Oxford Notes: April 2017

From the Fringes: A Marital Blitz

The growing popularity of polygamy and "self-marriage" shows that the fringes aren't merely encroaching on the center, the fringes are the center.

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The Femi-Swedes' Hijab Détente

Sweden's "first feminist government" sent a delegation to sign a trade deal in Iran, where the women felt compelled to wear headscarves and heavy coats.

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