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Patriotism, not thoughtless nationalism

7:20 PM, Jul. 3, 2013
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America's 237th birthday arrives with the country deeply divided. Whether over politics, policies or lifestyles, Americans seem to be gravitating into distinct and irreconcilable camps.

In Washington, partisanship in the halls of Congress has grown to levels not seen since the decades following the Civil War. Public confidence in national institutions such as the government, the news media, big business and big labor are at historic lows. Common ground is vanishing. Civility is in short supply. The country is hanging together, but who knows for how long.

However, divisiveness is not ...

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