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The 112th Congress Stennis Fellows met at the University of Virginia March 30-31 to examine the impact of rules and procedures on polarization in Congress and to explore whether the polarization America is currently experiencing is a reflection of citizens or is generated by politicians.  Distinguished guests who met with the Fellows were former Virginia Governor Gerald L. Baliles, director of the Miller Center of Public Affairs at UVA; Ted Carmines of Indiana University; Larry Evans of the College of William and Mary; John Fortier of the Bipartisan Policy Center; Frances Lee of the University of Maryland; and Nolan McCarty of Princeton University.