The women’s marches focused on the wrong issues to be truly effective opposition to President Donald Trump, columnist David Brooks writes.
The women’s marches focused on the wrong issues to be truly effective opposition to President Donald Trump, columnist David Brooks writes. Amanda Voisard For the Washington Post
The women’s marches focused on the wrong issues to be truly effective opposition to President Donald Trump, columnist David Brooks writes. Amanda Voisard For the Washington Post

David Brooks: After the women’s march

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