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As an undergraduate at Northwestern University, I edited a publication called Mountain Moving. It was a quarterly collection of stories highlighting issues of race, gender, sexuality and overall dissatisfaction with the social boundaries of the time.

Mostly, though, it was a self-labeled feminist publication, and we waved that flag—and our austere interpretation of that

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