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They put partisanship aside and made progress possible, all because everyday Americans showed the way.

Plus, unlike many policies in this era of heightened partisanship, cracking down on China appeals to both Republicans and Democrats on Capitol Hill.

Because of partisanship, we’ve come to expect too much of politics and too little of ourselves and one another.

One of the ways in which priming occurs is through partisanship.

This Veterans Day, after another bitter election, we need to focus on uniting our country and re-instilling a sense of duty that transcends petty partisanship.

Remember, partisanship is a powerful indicator of vote choice.

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It wasn’t all that long ago that protecting the environment was an issue considered to be above partisanship.

It seems immediately clear there’s a partisanship underlying these results from the state legislature on up that Democrats, especially, have not figured out how to work around.

Fortunately, Senators Bayh and Dole set partisanship aside to fix this logjam.

For some, that sense of urgency, combined with fierce partisanship and anger, feels like a recipe for conflict.

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