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The Other Lindsey Graham

His foreign policy gets more attention, but his domestic policy makes more sense.
A quiet force on domestic policy.

A quiet force on domestic policy.

Photographer: Darren McCollester/Getty Images

It's a shame that Senator Lindsey Graham, who on Monday joined the burgeoning field of Republican presidential candidates, is best known for his foreign-policy stands. Graham's blunt pronouncements on national security can tend to careen between humor and bluster, to the point that it can be hard to know if the senator from South Carolina -- let alone his audience -- gets his own jokes.

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