Who should we honor on Presidents' Day

February 1998
Junior Scholastic;02/09/98, Vol. 100 Issue 12, p2
Questions which former president of the United States (US) should be honored on Presidents' Day, which is commemorated during February every year. Views of a group that Presidents Abraham Lincoln and George Washington should be honored; Achievements of Lincoln and Washington during their presidential terms; Statements from Nikkie Guarnera, a student at Machopac Middle School.


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