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Friday, March 17, 2006 | 12:50 PM

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The New York Times had an interesting article today on dissagreements with the realists and (classical) liberals within the Republican party. When Bush made his leap from the Iraq war to democratizing the Middle East, he apparently left a good portion of his party behind.

It remains to be seen whether this split will close or get wider, but, in the meantime, it just goes to show the utility of compromise when the people you're compromising with can't even agree.


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