J. Glean Beall

During the 1958 elections, Whittaker Chambers recalls “a peculiarly braced sobriety” for a Democratic sweep the 1952 elections, writing:

The Republicans had lost touch with reality in all directions, and in all groupings, until domestic policy resembled irresolution tempered by expediency, and foreign policy more and more resembled something like eccentricity.

To find out what he meant — and what his words may portend for the upcoming 2012 elections — click here to read “A Republican Looks At His Vote.”

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