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Reign of Terror, you say? New York Times editor gets schooled after ridiculing Sen. Lindsey Graham's French Revolution analogy

There’s a lot of talk about the French Revolution on Twitter Wednesday afternoon, and that’s due in part to a tweet by Sen. Lindsey Graham, who said that the results of elections from New York and Kentucky showed that “the French Revolution has now come to the Democratic Party.”

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He’s not wrong, but New York Times editor Dan Salzstein took issue with Graham’s characterization of the French Revolution:

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Here’s what he actually meant …


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