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Responsibility

16 Lessons

Overview

Lessons:

  • General Dwight D. Eisenhower: D-Day and Responsibility
  • Asking Pardon of Men: Samuel Sewall and Responsibility
  • Establishing a Government of Laws, Not Men: George Washington’s Retirement and Responsibility
  • The Torch has Passed to a New Generation: John F. Kennedy’s Inaugural Address and Responsibility
  • Tear Down This Wall: Ronald Reagan, the Cold War, and Responsibility
  • Sergeant Alvin C. York’s Responsibility
  • Jane Addams, Hull House, and Responsibility
  • Taking Responsibility: Ida B. Wells and the Anti-Lynching Campaign
  • Harriet Tubman: Follow the North Star to Freedom
  • Jim Thorpe Chooses the Bright Path of Responsibility
  • Varian Fry’s Grave Responsibility
  • Defeating the Forces of Darkness: Franklin D. Roosevelt, the Atlantic Charter, and Responsibility
  • A Nation at Risk: Responsibility and the National Commission on Excellence in Education
  • President Dwight Eisenhower, Responsibility, and Restraint of American Power
  • The Angel of the Battlefield: Clara Barton and Responsibility
  • No Man Is Above the Law: Mark Felt, Watergate, and Responsibility