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In politics, life, cooperation doesn't mean compromise (column)

6:23 PM, Oct. 14, 2013
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Stalemate has shut down the federal government. Gridlock can also occur in our community and in personal conflicts. Each side blames the other for causing the division.

In national politics, the conflict is between visions for America. Each side is trying to subvert the other, working to get enough power to force its vision. Cooperation is seen as working against that subversion. Members of Congress know they're paid by their financial base to undo the other side, not to succeed in passing laws to manage the country's problems.

We can learn from Robin Hood. The versions of the tale all include ...

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