Sharpe vision

"Sharpe vision" Continued...

Issue: "Daniel of the year 2001," Dec. 22, 2001

Still, for the most part, Charlie Sharpe's not a protester. He's a visionary and a doer. And for that, he's gotten in trouble.

It usually takes about 15 minutes, a friend told me, from the time Charlie Sharpe thinks of something worthwhile to do to the execution of that idea. If that's the case, Charlie's opponents ought to think twice before they give him any new ideas.

Joel Belz
Joel Belz

Joel, WORLD's founder, writes a regular column for the magazine and contributes commentaries for The World and Everything in It. He is also the author of Consider These Things.


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