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THE REPUBLIC OF LETTERS: The Correspondence between Thomas Jefferson and James Madison 1776-1826

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

The correspondence of James Madison and Thomas Jefferson reads as a quite modern set of documents. The author of the Declaration of Independence and the father of the Constitution frequently sound like bean counters, dealing more often with how to raise an army or reduce the foreign debt than with such lofty issues as inalienable rights and freedom of expression. Of course, they do address such ... Read full review

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