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A More Selective Presidents Day

A More Selective Presidents Day

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Werner Lange, professor of sociology, talks about his op-ed that ran in Sunday's Chicago Tribune. The article is called "Taking Aim at Presidents' Day" and in it, Werner explains why we should be selective about which presidents should be honored on the Presidents' Day holiday.

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