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  • PODCAST: Presidents' Day or Washington's Birthday?

    In this week’s Heritage in Focus, Heritage Vice President and first principles scholar Matt Spalding discusses the importance of Presidents’ Day. Click here to listen.

    Should the holiday be designated as Presidents’ Day or George Washington’s Birthday? What principles did President Washington embody that are worth celebrating? What’s the most important thing for people to keep in mind about this holiday?

    Listen to Dr. Spalding answer those questions and more.

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    To listen to more Heritage Foundation podcasts, visit our podcast page.

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