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February 24, 2013 12:00 AM

Dan Glickman and Olympia Snowe: Divisions needn’t prevent progress

Even after the most contentious elections, Congress and the president and Republicans and Democrats traditionally come together to find common ground for the good of the nation. But continuing postelection hyper-partisan showdowns have Americans wondering whether Washington, D.C., can perform its basic work, let alone take farsighted action to build a more vibrant future.

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