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COMENTARY: How long shutdown lasts depends on you

3:24 PM, Oct. 4, 2013
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The common assumptions about the federal government shutdown were that there would be a last-minute deal to prevent it from happening and that if there were no deal, Washington would shut down for a very short time.

The first of these assumptions has already proved to be wrong, and the second is about to be shown to be just as incorrect.

The politics didn't change when the government shut down. Indeed, the intransigence likely intensified immediately after the shutdown began as all sides thumped their political chests and rushed to demonstrate to their supporters how far they were willing to ...

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