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Clandestine Women: The Untold Stories of Women in Espionage

The National Women's History Museum is presenting an exhibit on the American history of women in espionage, from Sacagawea to Julia Child, from Harriet Tubman to Virgina Hall. NPR's Morning Edition covered the exhibit this morning.

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