The war cry was inevitable, appearing on banners, billboards, bumper strips and T-shirts within hours of the judicial demise of Roe v. Wade. But war cries don’t win wars, and war against an institution as ancient and entrenched as patriarchy calls for levels of patience, wisdom and tactical brilliance rarely found in conventional warfare. History teaches us that . . .

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