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Mary Jo Murphy, The Monster Sorority of Women Voters    Sometimes the gender gap has been yuge and sometimes more modestly endowed, but for months now men have remained pretty much for Donald J. Trump and women for Hillary Clinton. Last week’s debate, when Mrs. Clinton got a chance to bring up her opponent’s habit of calling women pigs, slobs and dogs, did nothing to narrow that divide.
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