The Partnership of Thomas Jefferson and James Madison
The talk, “Private Friendship and Political Harmony: The Partnership of Thomas Jefferson and James Madison,” was held by the Thomas Jefferson Foundation at Monticello.
Richard Brookhiser spoke about the partnership between Presidents Jefferson and James Madison, and about how each influenced the other. His topics included the ways in which Jefferson was much like an older brother to Madison, and how Madison impacted the Jefferson presidency. He responded to questions from members of the audience.
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Leslie Greene Bowman President and CEO Thomas Jefferson Foundation
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Andrew Jackson O'Shaughnessy Director Thomas Jefferson Foundation->Smith (Robert H.) International Center for Jefferson Studies
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