The #MeToo movement has the potential to correct long-tolerated abuses and to lead to a new era of understanding and respect between men and women –if it doesn’t get hijacked by gender activists. AEI scholar Christina Hoff Sommers gives insight to how the movement should and shouldn’t proceed if it wants to make progress.
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BJS female victims of violence report https://goo.gl/tPohRf
DOJ murder statistics https://goo.gl/7cXN1e
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Matt Damon on ABC News https://goo.gl/XSy4GU
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