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William J. Clinton: White House Statement on the Posthumous Award of the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Arthur Ashe
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William J. Clinton
White House Statement on the Posthumous Award of the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Arthur Ashe
June 22, 1993
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William J. Clinton<br>1993: Book I
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The President awarded a posthumous Presidential Medal of Freedom, the Nation's highest civilian honor, to tennis great Arthur Ashe at the National Sports Awards ceremony at Constitution Hall Sunday night.

Presenting the medal to Ashe's widow, Jeanne, the President noted that Ashe "battled his way to the top rung of international tennis, and he did it with an inner strength and outward dignity that marked his game every bit as much as that dazzling crosscourt backhand."



Citation: William J. Clinton: "White House Statement on the Posthumous Award of the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Arthur Ashe," June 22, 1993. Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project. http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/?pid=46740.
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