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Opinion | Impeachment: Why so much is at stake
President Trump's impeachment inquiry has exposed troubling cracks in the political system. Deputy editorial page editor Ruth Marcus, Russia-Ukraine expert Christian Caryl and media critic Erik Wemple weigh in on what's at stake for domestic politics, foreign policy and the media.
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