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Japan's Feminism Stumbles Over 'Comfort Women'

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Journalists, historians and publishers who try to tell the story of the Korean "comfort women" are being fiercely attacked while Japanese leaders deny the forcible recruitment of women to serve its army as sex slaves during World War II.

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