Like most of history, the Watergate scandal is typically a story told by men, about men. Gaslit is a re-telling of the Watergate scandal from an unfamiliar perspective.
Does the depiction of women in Gaslit just reinforce tired stereotypes about women? Or is there something to the fact that it is women who ultimately changed the tide in the Watergate investigation?
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