In the 1940s and early ’50s, a school of establishment historians existed who made it their business to extol the virtues of the “Great Presidents.” This was a childishly transparent attempt to turn a bit of left-liberal politicking into the verdict of history. FULL ARTICLE by Ralph Raico
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Our Greatest Presidents?
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