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Party Leaders No Longer See 'Compromise' as Political Art

NPR news analyst Cokie Roberts notes that reaction to a Senate deal that avoided a final confrontation over the right to filibuster exposes something new about party leaders on both sides: they consider "compromise" a dirty word.

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