Politics & Government

November 2, 2012 3:36 PM

Whether it’s Obama or Romney, the political divide is likely to remain

America next week chooses a president. It may not choose a course for the nation. The country nears Election Day 2012 divided and polarized over the two major party candidates, suggesting a close verdict in either direction and a refusal to coalesce behind one or the other.

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