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If the Lesotho-U.S. Trade Deal Disappears, Will Women’s Freedom Vanish as Well?

At the end of each month, Rorisang Kamoli divides up her paycheck, the roughly $100 she earns from inspecting blue jeans in a factory in Maseru, the capital of Lesotho. Part of it goes to her husband and infant son; another part pays for her brothers to go to school; the rest buys food for her father and grandparents. Kamoli, 27, is the only one of them with a job, and she owes her position to an unexpected source: an American trade deal.
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