2007 Humanities Medals Awarded by President Bush

In a ceremony at the White House on November 15, 2007, President Bush awarded the National Humanities Medals to nine individuals. Among those receiving the awards, four were recognized for their accomplishments in history: Russell Freedman, a writer of non-fiction and history for young adults; Victor Davis Hanson, best known for his writings on Greek history; Richard Pipes, a historian of the Cold War, and Pauline L. Schultz, a curator and author from Wyoming.

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