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American history is rife with instance of partisan politics. But the current level of rancor in Washington between Republicans and Democrats is preventing Congress and the President from getting to work on vital issues that affect all Americans. Political correspondent and columnist Ronald Brownstein explains how we arrived at such a partisan point and what can be done about it.
- Ronald Brownstein Columnist at National Journal
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