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Ducking the Culture Wars Isn’t an Option for Companies Anymore. Fighting Back Is.

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Ducking the Culture Wars Isn’t an Option for Companies Anymore. Fighting Back Is.
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Companies that want to stand their ground on issues like abortion should look to Citigroup, which messed with Texas and lived to tell the tale, writes Laurie Hays.