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Could Romney Accomplish Anything Once Elected?

Sept. 11 (Bloomberg) -- This election is likely to result either in a continued face-off between President Barack Obama and congressional Republicans or in a unified Republican government led by Mitt Romney.

The first scenario, as I argued last week, is a recipe for legislative gridlock, because neither side accepts the other’s view of how to promote the national interest and neither side will read the election results as a reason to compromise.