The Good Girls

When two teenage girls from a farming region in India were found hanging from a tree, it lay bare caste divisions, family strife and political corruption.

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Review of ‘The Good Girls’

The past several years have ushered in a wave of social upheaval and, in turn, a people’s revolution, whether by marching in the streets or by quietly but decisively reforming outdated values. These changes aren’t limited to the United States, however. India has also seen its share of shifting attitudes, particularly toward women, girls and…

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