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November 26, 2008

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masters2cents

When I was in school I could never understand why, after a successful major revolution (French Revolution, Russian Revolution), the revolutionaries felt it necessary to execute so many people. Even after the American Revolution, tens of thousands of Tories were forced to flee for their lives. Why, I wondered, did the revolutionaries have to be so blood-thirsty--after all they had won?

Now, after witnessing what has happened over the last eight years--and in the face of this financial crisis in particular--I understand. I still don't like what was done, but I understand why it happened.

Buck Naked Politics

Hi Master,

Yes, terrible as blood-spilling is -- and against it as I am -- I sort of understand what inspired it.

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