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George Washington: Is He Still the Indispensable Man?
Aired 12/5/2002

Think Tank looks beyond the mythology of the father of our country and to the extraordinary man who was the president of the United States. Was George Washington an indispensable man?
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  Edwin Yoder
    professor of journalism and humanities at Washington and Lee University, author of The Unmaking of a Whig
  James Rees
    resident director of Mount Vernon
  Stanley Elkins
    professor of history at Smith College, author of The Age of Federalism: The Early American Republic, 1788 to 1800
  Daniel Boorstin
    Pulitzer-prize winning historian, librarian of Congress emeritus, author of The Discoverers

Originally Aired: 6/30/1995

   
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