Writings of Jefferson and Madison
The program was from Madison’s lifelong home and also highlighted the personal lives, interests and works of the two men.
Guests examined the history of the nation’s founding through an examination of the writings of Thomas Jefferson and James Madison. Jefferson drafted the Declaration of Independence, and much of the Constitution has been attributed to Madison.
The program was from Madison’s lifelong home and also highlighted the personal lives, interests and works of the two men. close
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Pauline R. Maier Professor Massachusetts Institute of Technology->American History
Michael C. Quinn President and Executive Dir. Montpelier Foundation
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