Young glory

Grove, Lloyd; Garner, Kate
June 1994
Vanity Fair;Jun94, Vol. 57 Issue 6, p122
Features video jockey Lisa Kennedy Montgomery. Montgomery's Republican and conservative affiliations; Montgomery as star of MTV's Alternative Nation; Montgomery as heroine of the young-conservative rebellion against Democrats in authority; Montgomery as former Vice President Dan Quayle's fan and supporter; Feelings about Bill and Hillary Clinton.

Tags: MONTGOMERY, Lisa Kennedy;  CONSERVATISM;  REPUBLICAN Party (U.S. : 1854- )


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