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How the last 20 years of New York City teachers union contracts came to be

The tentative contract announced last week by City Hall and the United Federation of Teachers reflected a longstanding pattern: Politics, not expiration dates, dictate when deals are struck and what they contain.

Here’s a look back at how that pattern has played out over the last 20 years of contract jousting.

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