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Transatlantic Reckoning
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As usual, Jed, the consolation is that at least we’re not France — where Chirac and Villepin, for the trouble of trying to salvage the national economy, have been handed by le mob a most degrading and hopeless defeat. The head of that employment reform law now lolls in the basket of the guillotine. But our own susceptibility to mass protest — and our paralysis in its leering face — casts an ugly light, too: sovereignty is peeling away in the USA only less quickly than in France. I see a bad moon rising.

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