08 February 2010

Forgotten, not banished

When asked in a Washington Post interview whether an intelligent and discerning leader of the caliber of Dwight Eisenhower would be considered acceptable in today's conservative movement, Gerard Alexander, Assoc. Professor of Politics at the University of Virginia, and himself a conservative, responded:
Maybe the saddest thing about Eisenhower is that he's not so much banished as forgotten.

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