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Earlier this week, a bronze statue of Ronald Reagan was unveiled at the Reagan Airport in Washington D.C. The Gipper is nine feet tall, plenty big, but is it big enough to adequately honor this metaphorical giant of modern conservativism? It made me wonder, when it comes to turning our icons into icons , does size matter?

Richard Nixon in Rapid City, South Dakota —4-5 feet tall

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John F. Kennedy in Ireland—- life size, so around 6 feet tall

George W. Bush in Albania —9.3 feet tall

Bill Clinton in Kosovo—- 11 feet tall

Jimmy Carter in Plains Georgia (as a peanut)— 13 feet tall

Optimus Prime in China— 45 feet tall

Jolly Green Giant in Minnesota—55 feet tall

Kim Il Sung in North Korea– 65.5 feet tall

Sam Houston in Hunstville, Texas— 67 feet tall

Golden Driller Oilman in Tulsa—- 75 feet tall

V.I. Lenin in Volgograd—88.6 feet tall

Mao Zedong in China—105 feet tall

Spring Temple Buddha in China—– 420 feet tall

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