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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Clarence Page
As much of the media failed to acknowledge that the "knockout game" involved mostly black-on-white crime, two well-known black leaders have decried the violence: the Rev. Al Sharpton and Chicago Tribune columnist Clarence Page.
A movie about a stuttering monarch, without sex, car chases or sinewy super heroes, hardly sounds like blockbuster box-office fare.
"Every stuttering kid needs optimistic support like that," Page wrote in a recent column praising the movie.
Page, the columnist, said stutterers typically develop a deep vocabulary of words "to avoid our `trouble' words."