Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Joseph Ellis examined the political thinking of four Founding Fathers, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, James Madison, and George Washington, in order to address the country’s current social and political issues.
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Joseph J. Ellis Professor Emeritus Mount Holyoke College->History
Jason Freeman Program Associate Free Library of Philadelphia
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