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Wealth, not just wages, is the way to measure women's equality

On Aug. 26, we celebrated the day in 1920 that women in the United States finally won the right to vote, a historic victory in the long march toward equal rights. Almost a century later, we still have to address the economic disparities women face in order to achieve full equality.

Today, women play an outsized role in

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