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Why Women’s Equality Still Isn’t Protected by the Constitution

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Wednesday is Women’s Equality Day, but the Constitution still does not have an amendment that explicitly guarantees women equal rights.

Whatever happened to the Equal Rights Amendment that Congress passed in 1972? Watch the video above to learn how the Amendment came to be—and ultimately failed.

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