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Abstract

When a set of articles or essays in the Report revolves around some common theme, we have planned it that way only about half the time. With this issue, I realized halfway through its assembly that we would have two pieces on what one of the articles calls “the woman question.” Quite late in production, I realized that these two pieces were themselves part of a broader theme: several of the columns also address the health care of people who are socially marginalized in one way or another.