SOURCE: NBC News
“I would imagine we’ve probably had excellent presidents who were gay, we just didn’t know which ones,” Pete Buttigieg told Axios. Historians weigh in.
SOURCE: The Conversation
by David Mislin
A century ago views such as Buttigieg’s flourished in the Midwest.
by Julian Zelizer
In retrospect, his unexpected viability makes a lot of sense.
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