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Just as its presidential aspirant Jack Stanton is transparently based on Bill Clinton, so is its narrator, the young black political operative Henry Burton, clearly modeled on former divinity student George Stephanopoulos.
Coventry's Rob O'Connor (Real Cost Car Imports) took on senior opposition in the 93-mile Henry Burton Memorial road race in Staffordshire and figured in a six-man break which, also inculding West Midlands champion Jon Stollery, was away for 36 miles before being caught on the last lap.
In 1912, Henry Burton Tate, son of the Tate Gallery's founder, owned the manor, followed in 1934 by Sir Martin John Melvin Bart, a Birmingham businessman and philanthropist.
Relying primarily on the prose tracts and comparing Milton to the well-known Independent clergyman Henry Burton, McLoone begins with a quite persuasive, if of course not entirely original, argument that Puritan independency, implying the primacy of inward illumination and individual responsibility for a right relationship with God, was the common factor running through the complex evolution of Milton's ecclesiology.
It's told from the point of view of Henry Burton (Adrian Lester), the idealistic grandson of a Civil Rights leader, who joins Stanton's team in the race for the Presidency.
IN contrast, Henry Burton (Adrian Lester), a young black teacher, survives both seduction by the Stantons' image and disillusionment by their reality.
The movie's biggest weakness derives from its novelistic source, which chose to present the story as the political education of Henry Burton (Adrian Lester), the grandson of a martyred black civil rights hero.