by James Robenalt
"My only problem with the way this was handled was that it seemed as if Ohioans and their presidents were once again being disrespected."
SOURCE: University Press of Kansas blog
by Lewis Gould
The answer is yes. But the Ohio members of Congress are wrong to think the mountain was named in honor of the slain president. The naming took place before he was even nominated.
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