When it comes to clerical abuse of vulnerable people, this may be a New Frontier.
Winston Ross goes to the culture war's New Frontier: Fargo, North Dakota.
Fred Bauer puts forward "Restoration and Renewal" as one possible formulation: The New Frontier.
The carry-your-guns-to-class-law was praised by gun advocates as a New Frontier in the right to bear arms.
Napster deserves credit not just for being the first, but for revolutionizing a New Frontier in music consumption.
When the New Frontier was laid down at the conclusion of the late war, the River Zem was Montenegro's limit.
Moshesh agreed, and a New Frontier was settled by the Governor.
The nearest point to the New Frontier was the territory ceded to the English on the Malabar coast.
The opening up of a New Frontier is world-wide in its operations.
Tennessee and Kentucky, having no longer a supply of good land at low prices, sent the younger generation on to a New Frontier.
A slogan used by President John F. Kennedy to describe his goals and policies. Kennedy maintained that, like the Americans of the frontier in the nineteenth century, Americans of the twentieth century had to rise to new challenges, such as achieving equality of opportunity for all.