John Kasich is not the saving grace of the GOP, and Warren J Blumenfeld tells us why.
About Warren Blumenfeld
Dr. Warren J. Blumenfeld is author of Warren’s Words: Smart Commentary on Social Justice (Purple Press); co-editor ofReadings for Diversity and Social Justice (Routledge) and Investigating Christian Privilege and Religious Oppression in the United States (Sense); editor of Homophobia: How We All Pay the Price (Beacon Press), and co-author of Looking at Gay and Lesbian Life (Beacon Press).
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Warren J Blumenfeld shares an article he wrote for The Harvard Crimson in 1986, leaving it to us to see if things have changed much since then.