Wesley Pruden

American journalist


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James Wesley Pruden Jr., known as Wesley Pruden was an American journalist and author. He was the editor-in-chief of The Washington Times from 1992 until his retirement in 2008.Early life Pruden was born in 1935 in Little Rock, Arkansas, his family having lived in the state for several generations. His father, James Wesley Pruden, Sr. , was a Southern Baptist minister, the pastor of the Grace Baptist Church, and a radio evangelist. Some of his sermon titles are "Why I Became a Baptist After Preaching for the Nazarenes for Ten Years", "Why Every Baptist Should Get Drunk Once", and "Who's in Hell". The senior Pruden was also the president of the Little Rock chapter of the White Citizens' Council, a segregationist group that battled integration throughout the 1950s and 1960s.

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University of Arkansas at Little Rock
University of Arkansas at Little Rock

National public research university located in Little Rock, Arkansas

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#1619 World Rank

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