Lynne Cheney Wikipedia
Famous historian Lynne Cheney was born on August 14, 1941, in the United States.
Since she can remember, Vice President Dick Cheney’s wife, Lynne Cheney, has had a passion for history. As a result, she has devoted a significant portion of her professional career to writing and speaking about the value of understanding history and imparting it to future generations.
She published American Memory, a report that raised concerns about how schools were failing to pass on historical knowledge to future generations, during her time as chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities from 1986 to 1993. Mrs. Cheney stated: “An educational system that does not foster memory of the past denies its students a great deal: the satisfactions of mature thought, an attachment to enduring concerns, a perspective on human existence.
As a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute right now, she emphasizes the importance of knowing our country’s history in particular. She asserts that one of the crucial lessons we can take away is the fact that freedom isn’t always possible. “This realization ought to make the freedom we possess even more valuable to us and deserving of defense.
Lynne Cheney Age
Born on August 14, 1941 Lynne Cheney is 81 years old
Lynne Cheney Height
Lynne Cheney is 5’6 feet (1.68m) tall
Lynne Cheney Weight
Lynne weighs 60kg
Lynne Cheney Daughters
Lynne Cheney and husband Dick Cheney have two daughters named Mary and Elizabeth Cheney
Lynne Cheney Son
Lynne Cheney has a son called Richard Perry. His father is Philip Perry
Lynne Cheney Mother
Lynne Cheney’s mother is Edna Lolita Vincent
Lynne Cheney College
Cheney graduated from McLean High School in 1984 as a cheerleader. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Colorado College, the school her mother attended, and wrote “The Evolution of Presidential War Powers” for her capstone project. She received her Juris Doctor from the University of Chicago Law School in 1996. During her time at the Oriental Institute, she additionally studied Middle Eastern history.