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James Monroe, “The President in Peril”
Thomas Jefferson’s Education: Alan Taylor on the troubled origins of “Mr. Jefferson’s University”
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Revolution 250: Enter the Farmer
Friends Divided: Gordon S. Wood on the complicated relationship between John Adams and Thomas Jefferson
CUNY historian weighs the parallels between Donald Trump and Andrew Jackson
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John Quincy Adams, “This Whole Horrible Transaction”
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