“‘Before there was a nation, before there was a symbol of this young nation — a flag, a constitution, a national seal — there was Washington. . . . But Washington was there, steadying the symbols, lending strength to them instead of drawing from them.'”
by Scott L. Vanatter
When schoolchildren discover why George Washington is the indispensable Founding Father, American becomes stronger.
As adults gain a deeper appreciation for his character, accomplishments and place in American history, our Liberty is better valued and more secure.
Accurately placing Washington in world history rightly reveals the miracle and import of America’s founding. This lays the foundation for the concept of American Exceptionalism as a matter of our purposeful design, not as a description of whether or not we are doing better than other countries. Continue reading