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The New York Times and Democracy, An Overview

Hey wait wasn't there something else going on in Venezuela this weekend? Venezuelans were going to vote on something tomorrow...pogroms, maybe? No wait sorry, I'm getting my NYT fear-featurettes mixed up.

Tomorrow Venezuelans will vote on ending term limits for federal and state officials. As regular Times readers know, the right to run indefinitely for re-election is "the bedrock of American democracy," for New York City, pretty much ignorable for Colombia and, of course, desperate and autocratic for Venezuela. So complicated, these things!

We made a flow chart to help.


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Pssst...spellcheck yer flowchart, dude.

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