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Nationally broadcast on PBS July 4, 2002. 90 minutes; high definition

Rediscovering George Washington takes the two-dimensional man out of our wallets and explores his character. Host Richard Brookhiser talks to a former President, anti-tax rebels, and the descendants of slaves; he goes to industrial Brooklyn, the Oscars, and a two-hundred -year- old still. Broadcast on PBS July 4th 2002.

Richard Brookhiser's Rediscovering George Washington will have convinced you that its subject, whom many historians have managed to mummify into dullness, may have been the most interesting and indispensable American.
     -- George F. Will, The Washington Post

The film is full of amazing moments. This film is worthy of our best Independence Day celebrations.
     -- Christian Science Monitor

     • Chris Statuette, Columbus International Film Festival
     • Silver Award, Worldfest Houston International Film Festival
     • Certificate for Creative Excellence, U.S. International Film and Television Festival
     • Selection, Maryland Film Festival

Rediscovering George Washington is available for purchase on DVD.

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