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It's easy to see why John F. Kennedy told a dinner for American winners of the Nobel Prize that his audience was the most brilliant assembly ever gathered in the White House except when Thomas Jefferson dined alone.
A timely survey of current thinking about the role of classical republicanism.
|Johns Hopkins University Press|
|The Political Philosophy of the American Founders|
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