Frank Kent Net Worth
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$82’000’000. *This information was provided by Keir Wiberg, 27 years old. From Belva, West Virginia
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1,70m.**This information was provided by Elton, 30 years old. From Minco, Oklahoma.
1,74m.***This information was provided by Nelli Cash, 38 years old. From Pleasant Hill, Missouri.
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67kg.*This information was provided by Oates Girma, 31 years old. Job: (Candle Cutter). From Auburn, New Hampshire.
Frank Kent information
Birth date and age[BOD]: 1877-01-01
Death date: 1958-01-01
Profession: Camera Department
Frank Richardson Kent (1877–1958) was an American journalist and political theorist of the 1920s and 1930s. Although a Democrat, by the 1930s he was one of the leading conservative critics of the New Deal of Franklin D. Roosevelt, with a daily column that reached millions of newspaper readers across the country.Historians group him with David Lawrence, Walter Lippmann, Mark Sullivan, and Arthur Krock as influential political commentators in the 1930s.He was based in Baltimore, where he started as a cub reporter for the Baltimore Sun in 1900. After 1922 the Sun papers syndicated his daily column of political commentary to 140 papers nationwide. Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1922 so admired Kent that he helped him to get his column syndicated. He was one of the big-name journalists who covered the Scopes Monkey Trial in 1925.But by 1934 Kent, a lifelong Democrat, turned against the New Deal. He criticized FDR and liberals who tried to disrupt his cherished Jeffersonian principles – the balanced budget, limited spending by the federal government, and a limited government. As his criticism became more severe, he charged that the Democrats no longer stood for statesrights.Kent pronounced the New Deals AAA farm program a failure and was astonished that the Roosevelt administration did not propose to abandon it, but intended, instead, to proceed from one experiment that has failed to a more drastic experiment along the same line in the direction of greater control over agricultural production. As for the centerpiece of New Deal efforts to promote economic recovery, NRA, Kent found no enthusiasm for it any longer. People no longer looked to see if there was an NRA Blue Eagle in the windows of the stores where they shopped. But the principal objection to the NRA was the growing conviction that the Roosevelt administration had ceased to consider the NRA and AAA as merely temporary devices for the duration of the emergency.Kent rejoiced when the Supreme Court invalidated the National Recovery Act. Desiring Roosevelts defeat in the 1936 election, Kent was crushed by the election results.Kent served on the board of trustees for Science Service, now known and Society for Science & the Public, from 1923-1927.