Today’s multi-billion-dollar cultural juggernauts of screen, stage and merchandising wouldn't exist without their pathbreaking predecessor.
No matter who joins or departs the cast, this show always returns to its staid, indefatigable queen.
Its opponents declared victory decades ago. But the constitutional amendment for women's equality will soon be ratified by the three-fourths of the states.
Ultimately, these Nazis are treated less as a warning and more as an opportunity for self-congratulation.
Especially these days, it shouldn’t surprise us when partisans make facially indefensible arguments about the Constitution. But it should alarm us.
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