The Great Divide
Historian Thomas Fleming talked about his book The Great Divide: The Conflict Between Washington and Jefferson That Defined A Nation, in which he examines the differences of political opinion between George Washington and Thomas Jefferson, which included debates over the strength of a central government and foreign policy. close
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