The Republican Party’s identity struggle was only partially resolved with the choice of Sen. John McCain as its nominee for 2008. Just six months before he prevailed in the chase for the nomination, McCain had been given up for dead as a candidate. Respected as a war hero, understood as an independent man given to […]
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