The Chicago Tribune, 3 November 2010
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4 novembre 2010
Mark Z. Barabak and Kathleen Hennessey
"The political center, where swing voters reside and compromise happens, is suddenly a much smaller part of the Washington
"There were the usual kind words and olive branches extended on Wednesday. But
nothing could hide the fact that the two parties have deep and abiding differences on nearly every issue facing Congress. The composition of the House and Senate may have changed, but not Washington: The place may be more polarized than ever.
"That could make it exceedingly difficult to accomplish anything of great magnitude between now and the next presidential election in November 2012."