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Facebook-- appropriately-- just reminded me that it was a year ago that I wrote one of the most trafficked stories we published all of last year. It was called “Lean Out: The deafening post-November silence of Sheryl Sandberg.” Rapidly after my story ran, Sandberg posted publicly about women-centric issues, made a donation to Planned Parenthood, and did a friendly sit-down interview explaining why she missed the Women’s March.
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