Over the past 15 years, Congress has been more deeply polarized than at any time in recent memory. Every major national issue has been the subject of vigorous, sometimes ferocious, debate: the war in Iraq, spending cuts, tax increases, gun control and health care. Congressmen take diametrically opposed positions on all of these issues and threaten to shut down the government if they can’t have their way.   There’s one exception, however—one unifying issue that ...

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