Ernest Hemingway criticism isn’t hard to find. Most often, it is people speaking the praises of Fitzgerald or Faulkner who find fault with Hemingway because of his international flair and the use of such locations for his storylines. Nonetheless, the man is still known as one of the great authors of the 20th century and contributed a great deal to modern American literature as we know it today. Whether you love him or hate him, you cannot deny the impact that Ernest Hemingway has had on American literature since his first book was published.
I am disinclined to think that Republicans are yet ready for a serious questioning of their philosophy or strategy. They comfort themselves with the fact that they held the House (due to gerrymandering) and think that just improving their get-out-the-vote system and throwing a few bones to the Latino community will fix their problem. There appears to be no recognition that their defects are far, far deeper and will require serious introspection and rethinking of how Republicans can win going forward. The alternative is permanent loss of the White House and probably the Senate as well, which means they can only temporarily block Democratic initiatives and never advance their own.