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'''Bill Bennett''' is a lifelong Catholic famous for his conservative writings. He served as Ronald Reagan's [[Secretary of Education]].
 
'''Bill Bennett''' is a lifelong Catholic famous for his conservative writings. He served as Ronald Reagan's [[Secretary of Education]].
  
His best-known work is ''A Book of Virtues'', an anthology of morally uplifting stories drawn from the Judeo-Christian West's literary history.
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His best-known work is ''A Book of Virtues'', an anthology of morally uplifting stories drawn from the Judeo-Christian West's literary history. He has been the subject of criticism both for his prior gambling habit and for a remark he made on his radio show in which he suggested that the crime rate would go down if every black baby were aborted.<ref>http://www.nytimes.com/2005/10/01/politics/01bennett.html?ex=1188273600&en=378d09a4a47ecd82&ei=5070</ref>
 
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Revision as of 22:30, 26 August 2007

Bill Bennett is a lifelong Catholic famous for his conservative writings. He served as Ronald Reagan's Secretary of Education.

His best-known work is A Book of Virtues, an anthology of morally uplifting stories drawn from the Judeo-Christian West's literary history. He has been the subject of criticism both for his prior gambling habit and for a remark he made on his radio show in which he suggested that the crime rate would go down if every black baby were aborted.[1]


References

  1. http://www.nytimes.com/2005/10/01/politics/01bennett.html?ex=1188273600&en=378d09a4a47ecd82&ei=5070