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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Keith T. Poole
President Obama made a plea for unity at a campaign stop in Ohio on Wednesday. "I still believe that we are not as divided as our politics suggest,” he said.
The partisan divide in the United States may be past the point of no return. It could well be a symptom of greater changes in the American polity that herald the advent of potentially revolutionary change.