Course detail: OSH210 - Presidents in Retirement: Extraordinary Lives

America's presidents lead extraordinary lives and make unique contributions to society. But the story doesn't end when their terms expire. Presidents have lived a combined 450 years after leaving the White House. Many go on to accomplish more than they did while in office. Jimmy Carter eradicated guinea worm disease, William Howard Taft became Chief Justice of the United States, and George Washington established one of the largest alcohol distilleries in the nation. This course willexamine the lives of our former commanders in chief after public office, including their libraries and monuments, and often overlooked good deeds.

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