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When it was announced that Caitlin Moran’s new book was to be called Moranifesto, Moran and her publishers, intentionally or otherwise, gave the impression that this book was Moran’s “book about politics”, just as her 2011 bestseller How To Be A Woman was her “book about feminism”.
In fact, it’s a collection of her recent columns and pieces for the London Times Magazine, with a few thousand words...
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