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We need bipartisanship to fix the economy. That seems impossible now

GROWING UNEASINESS ABOUT a possible slowdown in our economy has raised the question of how a divided government will respond to bad news. A recent historical precedent offers both encouragement and discouragement.

In 2008, constructive cooperation between Republican President George W.

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