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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Margaret Sullivan
It may not have been her intention, but the public editor of The New York Times transported me back to those heady days of my youth, when I attended anti-war rallies and protested against the Nixon administration. Margaret Sullivan was too young to experience those days, but she apparently wants to live them vicariously.
New York Times public editor Margaret Sullivan, who had been critical of the Times' handling of Dylan Farrow's accusation, wrote in an online post Wednesday that Allen has requested the opportunity to submit a response to her letter.
"One of the topics that receives the most questions and comments to the public editor is online commenting itself," she said.