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Center for Civic Education: George Washington’s Legacy to America

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As you go through the sections of this site, you will understand why the first U.S. president deserves the admiration and respect of generations, and the title of “Father of His Country.” The legacy of George Washington is reflected in many ways and each section poses a question which is followed by extensive information to provide an answer. Thought-provoking questions are offered for assessment purposes, as is a bibliography.

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