Matthew Dennis

Professor of History at the University of Oregon

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Professor of History at the University of Oregon and author of Red, White, and Blue Letter Days: Identity, History and the American Calendar

Matthew Dennis on KCRW

President Bush  honored the birthday of George Washington  today, comparing the first president's struggle for American liberty to the current war on global terrorism.

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President Bush honored the birthday of George Washington today, comparing the first president's struggle for American liberty to the current war on global terrorism.

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President Bush  honored the birthday of George Washington  today, comparing the first president's struggle for American liberty to the current war on global terrorism.

The Evolution and Relevance of Presidents' Day

President Bush honored the birthday of George Washington today, comparing the first president's struggle for American liberty to the current war on global terrorism.

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