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By returning to Christian roots, the nation can achieve greatness once again
Topic - Stanley Crouch
Between 1945 and 1950, three young men transformed American theater, art and music.
The 27-year-old daughter of 2012 presidential candidate and former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr. voices conservative views on the MSNBC show “The Cycle.”
His often over-the-top style annoyed me at first, but, as I read, on, I began to see that this in-your-face, personal approach is the best way to tell the story he wants to tell.
In the op-ed “Feminism evolves for a new era” published in Monday’s New York Daily News, columnist Stanley Crouch wrote that Huntsman is “redefining feminism for our time.”