The George Mason Memorial in Washington, D.C. was finished and dedicated in April of 2002. However, the project was suggested to Congress a whole decade earlier, in February of 1992. It is obvious that many people strongly believed Mason deserved a spot in the National Mall. I intend to show, from the perspective of those who pushed so hard for this memorial, how important the design, placement, and timing of the memorial's construction was.
Ryan Salak, Undergraduate