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    Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s victory in the presidential race is the culmination of a career that spanned a half-century of political and social upheaval.
    CreditErin Schaff/The New York Times

    A President-Elect Shaped by Tragedy and Tradition

    Joseph R. Biden Jr. has spent his career devoted to institutions and relationships. And those are the tools he will rely on to govern a fractured nation.

    By Katie Glueck and

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      Joseph R. Biden Jr. has said he would work with Senator Mitch McConnell, the majority leader, “where we can agree.”
      CreditZach Gibson/The New York Times

      News Analysis

      Biden Knows Washington Has Changed. He’s Less Sure He Has To.

      Preparing to assume the presidency in a divided country, Joe Biden confronts the ultimate test of his principal theory of governance: that compromise is good and modest progress is still progress.

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