I propose ElementTree. There are other viable executions of similar API, for example, lxml, and cElementTree in the Python standard library itself; however, in this unique circumstance, what they predominantly add is much more speed - the simplicity of programming part relies upon the API, which ElementTree characterizes.
First form an Element case root from the XML, for example with the XML work, or by parsing a document with something like:
import xml.etree.ElementTree as ET
root = ET.parse('thefile.xml').getroot()
You can also do like this:
for type_tag in root.findall('bar/type'):
value = type_tag.get('foobar')
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