Professor White Serves on “The Legacy of Lincoln” Panel

Professor Charles White served as a panelist for the Pioneer Institute-sponsored event The Legacy of Lincoln: U.S. History in American Schooling. The event, held on April 2, 2013, was keynoted by Professor James McPherson, author of Battle Cry of Freedom: The Civil War Era.

The round-table panel discussion, moderated by David Feith (Wall Street Journal), explored the state of history and civics education today and policy initiatives that might rejuvenate both.

In addition to Professor White, panelists included Will Fitzhugh (Founder and Editor, The Concord Review), Sandra Stotsky (Professor Emerita, University of Arkansas), and Robert Pondiscio (Executive Director of CitizenshipFirst).

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