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New York Times: Heads of State

Humorous portraits, so to speak, of forty four American presidents, from George Washington to Barack Obama. Includes a link to a related graphic of the hairstyles of America's first ladies. You can trace the changes of hair styles but perhaps
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Humorous portraits, so to speak, of forty-four American presidents, from George Washington to Barack Obama. Includes a link to a related graphic of the hairstyles of America's first ladies. You can trace the changes of hair styles but perhaps even make some political commentary based on who wears his (or her) hair in what fashion.

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