Walt Disney and the American Dream—The Life of An American Creative Genius

By Merlin Miller. Walt Disney was an American icon, who personified the best of America with his films, television shows and theme parks.

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He represented beauty, kindness and inspiration to an increasingly troubled world; and his avuncular presence brought comfort and joy to the lives of Americans and others around the world. If there can be any true measure of positive human achievement in the 20th century, then Disney, an entrepreneur of unparalleled creative genius, would surely go down as one of the greatest. [Read the entire article as PDF…]


Taken from

The Barnes Review, March-April 2011: Walt Disney: The Man And His Work

VOLUME XVII, NUMBER 2


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