Never has the nation been more in need of leaders like Warren Rudman, the former New Hampshire Republican senator who died on Monday night at age 82. A principled man who nonetheless understood that his own goals were often best served by compromise, Rudman’s example ought to weigh heavily on Congressional leaders as they seek to hammer out a deal to avoid the so-called “fiscal cliff.”
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