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Last Updated: Tuesday, 10 June, 2003, 17:11 GMT 18:11 UK
Your greatest American
Who will you decide is the greatest American?
Over the last few days News Online readers across the world have posted nominations for the greatest American ever, as part of a BBC-led global debate on the US's place in the world.

Now you can vote on the shortlisted 10 Americans who received the most nominations from you.

Please fill in the form on the right hand side of this page to cast your vote.

The shortlist (in alphabetical order) is:

Bill Clinton, Bob Dylan, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Martin Luther King, Abraham Lincoln, Franklin D Roosevelt, Homer Simpson, Mr T, George Washington

Disclaimer: This shortlist is made up from the 10 Americans who received the most nominations by an open public online vote and does not necessarily reflect the views of the BBC.

What The World Thinks of America will be broadcast in the UK on BBC Two at 2100 BST on Tuesday, 17 June, 2003.

You can also watch the programme from this website:

Who is the greatest American?
Bill Clinton
Bob Dylan
Benjamin Franklin
Thomas Jefferson
Martin Luther King Jnr
Abraham Lincoln
Franklin D Roosevelt
Homer Simpson
Mr T
George Washington
984 Votes Cast
Results are indicative and may not reflect public opinion

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