Slate's History Lesson: Generals as Presidents With retired Gen. Wesley Clark joining the presidential race this week, Slate History Lesson columnist David Greenberg considers themes that past generals have used to win the White House.
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Slate's History Lesson: Generals as Presidents

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With retired Gen. Wesley Clark joining the presidential race this week, Slate History Lesson columnist David Greenberg considers themes that past generals have used to win the White House.