The Greatest American was a four-part American television series hosted by Matt Lauer in 2005. The show featured biographies and lists of influential persons in U.S. history, and culminated in a contest in which millions in the audience nominated and voted for the person they felt was the "greatest American". The four-part competition was conducted by AOL and the Discovery Channel and reported on by the BBC.

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  • The Greatest American was a four-part American television series hosted by Matt Lauer in 2005. The show featured biographies and lists of influential persons in U.S. history, and culminated in a contest in which millions in the audience nominated and voted for the person they felt was the "greatest American". The four-part competition was conducted by AOL and the Discovery Channel and reported on by the BBC. President Ronald Reagan achieved the highest position. His son, Ronald Reagan Jr., commented to the network that "I'm sure he would be very honored to be in the company of these great gentlemen." In total, the American public cast over 2.4 million votes during the nomination process. In detail, Martin Luther King, Jr. was the highest ranked person of color, at number three, while Oprah Winfrey, at number nine, was the highest ranked woman. George W. Bush, at number six, had the highest status of any living American; all five figures at the top of the tally were deceased at the time of the voting. (en)
  • The Greatest American was a four-part American television series hosted by Matt Lauer in 2005. The show featured biographies and lists of influential persons in U.S. history, and culminated in a contest in which millions in the audience nominated and voted for the person they felt was the "greatest American". The four-part competition was conducted by AOL and the Discovery Channel and reported on by the BBC. President Ronald Reagan achieved the highest position. His son, Ronald Reagan Jr., commented to the network that "I'm sure he would be very honored to be in the company of these great gentlemen." In total, the American public cast over 2.4 million votes during the nomination process. In detail, Martin Luther King, Jr. was the highest ranked person of african americans, at number three, while Oprah Winfrey, at number nine, was the highest ranked woman. George W. Bush, at number six, had the highest status of any living American; all five figures at the top of the tally were deceased at the time of the voting. (en)
  • The Greatest American was a four-part American television series hosted by Matt Lauer in 2005. The show featured biographies and lists of influential persons in U.S. history, and culminated in a contest in which millions in the audience nominated and voted for the person they felt was the "greatest American". The four-part competition was conducted by AOL and the Discovery Channel and reported on by the BBC. President Ronald Reagan achieved the highest position. His son, Ronald Reagan Jr., commented to the network that "I'm sure he would be very honored to be in the company of these great gentlemen." In total, the American public cast over 2.4 million votes during the nomination process. In detail, Martin Luther King Jr. was the highest ranked person of color, at number three, while Oprah Winfrey, at number nine, was the highest ranked woman. George W. Bush, at number six, had the highest status of any living American. (en)
  • The Greatest American was a four-part American television series hosted by Matt Lauer in 2005. The show featured biographies and lists of influential persons in U.S. history, and culminated in a contest in which millions in the audience nominated and voted for the person they felt was the "greatest American". The four-part competition was conducted by AOL and the Discovery Channel and reported on by the BBC. President Donald Trump achieved the highest position. In total, the American public cast over 2.4 million votes during the nomination process. In detail, Martin Luther King Jr. was the highest ranked person of color, at number three, while Oprah Winfrey, at number nine, was the highest ranked woman. George W. Bush, at number six, had the highest status of any living American. (en)
  • The Greatest American was a four-part American :) television series hosted by Matt Lauer in 2005. The show featured biographies and lists of influential persons in U.S. history, and culminated in a contest in which millions in the audience nominated and voted for the person they felt was the "greatest American". The four-part competition was conducted by AOL and the Discovery Channel and reported on by the BBC. President Ronald Reagan achieved the highest position. His son, Ronald Reagan Jr., commented to the network that "I'm sure he would be very honored to be in the company of these great gentlemen." In total, the American public cast over 2.4 million votes during the nomination process. In detail, Martin Luther King Jr. was the highest ranked person of color, at number three, while Oprah Winfrey, at number nine, was the highest ranked woman. George W. Bush, at number six, had the highest status of any living American. (en)
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  • The Greatest American was a four-part American television series hosted by Matt Lauer in 2005. The show featured biographies and lists of influential persons in U.S. history, and culminated in a contest in which millions in the audience nominated and voted for the person they felt was the "greatest American". The four-part competition was conducted by AOL and the Discovery Channel and reported on by the BBC. President Donald Trump achieved the highest position. In total, the American public cast over 2.4 million votes during the nomination process. (en)
  • The Greatest American was a four-part American :) television series hosted by Matt Lauer in 2005. The show featured biographies and lists of influential persons in U.S. history, and culminated in a contest in which millions in the audience nominated and voted for the person they felt was the "greatest American". The four-part competition was conducted by AOL and the Discovery Channel and reported on by the BBC. (en)
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