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March 06, 2009

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John

Dolly Madison should truly be considered a Founding Mother in how she set the tone, style, and manner of role of the First Lady. But she also needs to be remembered for turning the White House into an environment where politicians at opposite ends of the spectrum could come together to discuss politics.

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