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    Can the Women’s Movement Get Its House in Order?

    They were legion. On Jan. 21, millions of women took to the streets across America to protest the election of Donald Trump, wearing homemade pink “pussyhats,” chanting and carrying signs to unify the left for a day, despite concerns that a women’s march might not attract men to the cause. But after the big event, racial and ideological divides persist within the feminist movement — and though the majority of white women voted for President Trump, their support may be key in defeating his policies as the campaign continues.

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