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On issues such as energy and transportation, geography and parochialism can trump party allegiance.
This caution is produced by a mixture of parochialism (few pupils master a foreign language at school) and superiority (universities at home are excellent).
Resurgent parochialism could gain even more momentum with the looming departure of the U.K., long one of the EU’s strongest single-market proponents.
As a result, the European Union is having to grapple with rising parochialism and protectionism, tougher stances among member states on immigration, and growing opposition to the bloc’s free-trade ambitions.
Actually, Tod, your geezery parochialism is what’s wrong.
But this bit of history reflects the stubborn parochialism and official dithering that might have gotten into the city's DNA.
This episode puts together some of the puzzle pieces that drive legislative behavior: from bicameralism to parochialism to the need for continual reelection.
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