The Last Outpost of American Manners

DEAL W. HUDSON Published July 1,1995 The scene at the final hole at the Masters Golf Tournament—Ben Crenshaw weeping for joy, bent over, head in hands, while his caddy Carl Jackson comforts him. In that image many of us noticed something almost lost, nearly extinct, in American manners—the gratitude of a pious man who loves… Continue reading The Last Outpost of American Manners