The insurance industry may be large, but it is far from monolithic.

From the editor's seat, the "industry" actually is an amalgamation of several constituencies. Agents and brokers have interlocking, and often competing, interests with carriers, who themselves are further divided along issues of size and lines of business. No issue reveals these fault lines more clearly than the optional federal charter for insurers.

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