Stop The Bandwagon

April 2012
Golf World;4/16/2012, Vol. 65 Issue 28, p11
The article discusses the denouncement of U.S. President Barack Obama, and Republican candidate Mitt Romney on the all-male mebership policy if Augusta National Golf Club. It explores the moral basis of the officials' arguments. The author further argues on the statement released by reverend Jesse Jackson in 2002 which described the golf club's men only policy as gender apartheid, and gender bigotry.


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