the principles and policies of the liberal wing of the Democratic Party under the leadership of President John F. Kennedy.
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How to use New Frontier in a sentence
I also listened to Donald Fagen’s “New Frontier,” which has pristine production values, and found the clarity and balance of the speakers to be quite good.Fluance Ai41 stereo speakers review: Pint-sized powerhouses | Mike Levine | October 20, 2021 | Popular-Science
Napster deserves credit not just for being the first, but for revolutionizing a New Frontier in music consumption.15 Years After Napster: How the Music Service Changed the Industry | Alex Suskind | June 6, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Christine Pelisek on the New Frontier in disaster management.
Winston Ross goes to the culture war's New Frontier: Fargo, North Dakota.The One Woman Screwing Up North Dakota’s Plan to End Abortion | Winston Ross | March 29, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
But video and online gaming is, if not a New Frontier, certainly a vast one.Barack Obama’s Campaign Scoring Points With Video Gamers | Lauren Ashburn | September 28, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Fred Bauer puts forward "Restoration and Renewal" as one possible formulation: The New Frontier.
The aspect of the town suggests the activity of a New Frontier place where everybody is busy.In Africa | John T. McCutcheon
Still later they removed to a New Frontier, coming to Walla Walla county, Washington in 1868, and here both passed away.Lyman's History of old Walla Walla County, Vol. 2 (of 2) | William Denison Lyman
When the New Frontier was laid down at the conclusion of the late war, the River Zem was Montenegro's limit.The Land of the Black Mountain | Reginald Wyon
All German troops at present in territories east of the New Frontier shall return as soon as the Allies deem wise.
Granny and Gramps were living proof that people could dare to cross a New Frontier and live.We Were There at the Oklahoma Land Run | James Arthur Kjelgaard
Cultural definitions for 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.
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