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Put more fannies in the seats to pay women soccer players more

Claims of equality between the U.S. men's and women's national soccer teams are unrealistic (“Equal pay for Alex Morgan,” June 12). Soccer is a different game for men and women due primarily to physiology, history and societies. Physiology is one primary and important difference. Men are generally...

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