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Moderation, civility and bipartisanship are not the same

September 9, 2010

Words matter, not least in the realm of politics where their use (manipulation?) can have powerful consequences. In his blog today, Peter Levine uses examples from contemporary American public affairs to underscore important differences between “moderation,” “civility,” and “bipartisanship.”

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