John Randolph of Roanoke
Author and historian David Johnson talked about his book John Randolph of Roanoke. Randolph was elected to the U.S. House to represent Virginia in 1799, and quickly became known for his quick wit and commitment to republicanism. This hour long program was held at the Heritage Foundation in Washington DC. close
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Becky Norton Dunlop Vice President Heritage Foundation->External Relations
David Johnson Deputy Attorney General Virginia
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