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Since 1960, American candidates for the White House have engaged in 31 presidential debates. They have established a set of conventions and a set of expectations that are seldom broken. But in a campaign year that has shattered conventions and expectations, Monday night’s debate at New York’s Hofstra University left some of those assumptions in tatters.

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