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Jack D. Warren

Jack D. Warren, Jr. is a historian and the editor-in-chief of The American Crisis, a journal of history and commentary. He is also the author of The Presidency of George Washington, America's First Veterans, and Freedom: The Enduring Importance of the American Revolution, a narrative history of the war for independence.

Warren is a longtime member of the Civil War Trust and a founding member of the American Revolution Institute. He formerly served on the faculty of the University of Virginia, where he was an editor of The Papers of George Washington, and was the executive director of The Society of the Cincinnati, which promotes knowledge and appreciation of American independence. 

A native of Washington, D.C., Warren lives with his wife in Alexandria, Virginia.

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Our nation is free because 250 years ago, brave men and women fought a war to establish the independence of the United States and created a system of government to protect the freedom of its citizens.