"No" on Impeachment Unites Today's GOP. In the 1950s, a Renegade Dared to Break Ranks
As the impeachment inquiry moves through Congress, nearly every Republican continues to stand by President Trump. Breaking with party unity can carry a political cost. In the 1950’s, Senator Margaret Chase Smith, a Maine Republican, alienated Senator Joseph R. McCarthy and others in their party when she condemned his fiery efforts to suppress Communism.
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