Janice Shaw Crouse

Concerned Women for America

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Director and Senior Fellow of the Beverly Lahaye Institute, a think-tank at Concerned Women for America, a conservative Christian policy advocacy group; author and columnist; speechwriter for then-President George H.W. Bush

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