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Journalist: Obama's Post-Partisanship Out

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Journalist: Obama's Post-Partisanship Out

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Journalist: Obama's Post-Partisanship Out

Journalist: Obama's Post-Partisanship Out

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When President Barack Obama came to office, he promised to work with both Democrats and Republicans in his policy decisions.

But Slate's chief political correspondent John Dickerson, the author of a new article on the subject, says the Obama administration's attempts at post-partisanship have given way to a sharper tone with the Republicans.

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