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At a time when commentators and politicians try to divide the country into blue and red, the former Senator and presidential candidate writes about finding common ground in order to make America better, stronger and truer.
- Bill Bradley Former Democratic Senator from New Jersey, presidential candidate, Olympic Gold Medalist, professional basketball player, and the author of several books, including "Time Present, Time Past," "Values of the Game," "The Journey from Here," "The Fair Tax," and "Life on the Run."
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