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Patriot Sage: George Washington and the…
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Patriot Sage: George Washington and the American Political Tradition (1999)

by Gary L. Gregg, II, Matthew Spalding (Editor)

Other authors: William J. Bennett (Foreword)

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"Oh Washington! Thou hero, patriot sage, Friend of all climes, and pride of every age!" -Thomas Paine
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(Introduction) George Washington's daily journal entry of December 13, 1799, records three inches of snow and northeasterly winds at Mount Vernon.
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The only book published in commemoration of the bicentenary of George Washington's death, Patriot Sage offers a fresh portrait of the remarkable life of the father of our nation. Forrest McDonald, William Allen, Victor Dvis Hanson and other accomplished scholars and writers explain why the myth of the hero Washington rings true.
The only book published in commemoration of the bicentenary of George Washington's death, Patriot Sage offers a fresh portrait of the remarkable life of the father of our nation. Forest McDonald, William Allen, Victor Davis Hanson and other accomplished scholars and writers explain why the myth of the hero Washington rings true.
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