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Women and Policy: Some Reflections

Gender parity is inextricable from the principles on which the Republic of India was founded. In the case of universal suffrage, for example, India is one of the few democracies where women have always had the right to vote as opposed to democracies with a longer history. In the United States of America, the franchise was not provided to women until 1920, a time span exceeding a century since the country ratified its constitution in 1789. In this sense, the...

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