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    Changing of the Guard

    please help me understand this sentence:
    "Radicals should not cease to be traditionalists just because "tradition" for some people means the Changing of the Guard rather than the suffragettes."
    does Changing refer to suffragettes too ?

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    Re: Changing of the Guard

    Changing of the Gaurd is a tradition, whereas sufferagettes were radicals in their time.

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