Has the Magic City Become the Tragic City?

Jun 12, 2020

Leadership matters. The tone and tenor of a policy are often the reflection of the leader who presided over the period in which that policy took effect. And leadership matters the most, becomes most visible, and is looked to by others more often when crisis looms. Noted author and lecturer Victor Davis Hanson said that […]

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