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End of an ERA

ONE HUNDRED years ago this month, women in the U.S. were officially granted the right to vote. It was a huge stride, and plenty of Hoosiers stepped up to make it a reality.

Fifty years later, women were still pounding the pavement, holding a Strike for Equality in

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