“What happens after November 8?” asks Professor Brian Smith
In a recent opinion editorial published in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Brian Smith, professor of religion at Ripon College, says moral and religious leaders have a crucial role to play before and immediately after the elections to speak to our “better angels” and help us come together.
“Will 40% of the electorate whose candidate loses say, “That is not my president”? Will the Congress continue to be gridlocked no matter how many seats change hands? Will representatives in the losing party announce from the beginning that they will fight to make the winner a one-term president and do all they can to block his or her agenda before even considering it?”
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