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The Passion of History

Originally published on HistoryNet.com. Published Online: August 03, 2010 
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    Ron Oberman says:

    Every student junior high through high school should have the opportunity to watch and listen to Stephen Petanek discuss his passion for history. Sometimes it really hurts when test results indicate that the subject students need the most improvement in is not math or science but history. Somehow those of us who share Stephen Petranek's passion for history must join him and do everything we can do to make certain all americans know the importance history plays in understanding ourselves as a people and as a nation. Thank you Stephen for your inspiring words.

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      Pamela Dunaway, CMO says:

      Thank you, Ron. We at the Weider History Group could not agree more and are doing our best to make the study of history more prevalent, to both young and old, alike.



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