SOURCE: USA Today
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We have been here before. Our predecessors dug in and took it one topic, one government failure and one election at a time. We should, too.
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The real rub is that the president is changing us Americans, giving light to a dark crevice in our character. He embodies — and emboldens — baleful defiance. The great presidents, like cheerful, sunny Franklin D. Roosevelt, bring out the best in us.
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