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Readers write: Bipartisanship possibilities, from exploring oceans to space, teaching children to understand others

Teacher Jennifer Larsen at the Mollevang school talks to a student in her 'social learning' class, a new mandatory program in the Faxe municipality for all third and seventh-graders. Source: Sara Miller Llana/The Christian Science Monitor

Bipartisanship possibilities

Regarding the Sept. 8 Monitor Daily article “A new era of bipartisanship? Sizing up the prospects.”: It’s so good that you are showing the possibilities of different

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