In an era in which Congress is paralyzed by partisan rancor and nastiness has dominated the political discourse, it seems quaint to expect neighbors of conflicting ideologies to coexist happily, maybe even neutrally. Yet across the region, many people who reside on either sides of the hedges and opposite ends of the political spectrum live in domestic harmony while advertising their differing views. Neighbors’ mutual respect may illustrate the oft-stated caveat that voters’ views are more nuanced that political labels suggest.
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