Senator Robert Dole of Kansas, who died today at age 98, served in World War II. He was almost left for dead on a battlefield in Italy so badly wounded that he didn't know whether he had arms. Yet he survived to stand for the presidency. He helped lead the Republicans to become the tribune of a strong foreign policy, the more supportive party on Israel, and the exemplar of supply-side economics in the post-Reagan years. In 1990, the Forward newspaper's first edition carried an editorial...
Published:12/6/2021 12:23:41 AM