Salon introduces the question of the day, where we invite you to lead the conversation.
Last week, New York Times columnist Ross Douthat penned a sentimental remembrance of George Bush, and an explanation of "Why We Miss the WASPs." But Chauncey DeVega argues against the "myth of a great white Anglo-Saxon leadership class" and the "white supremacist public policies" that elevated them. What do you think? Do "we" miss WASPS, or is this nostalgia just MAGA culture in preppier clothing?