The principal author of The Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson was the first Secretary of State, the second Vice-President, and Third President of the United States.

In a special Thomas Jefferson Hour program recorded in front of a live audience, Prairie Public Radio’s Ashley Thornberg sits down with, nationally acclaimed humanities scholar and award-winning first person interpreter of Thomas Jefferson, Clay Jenkinson, for a wide-ranging interview with one of our country’s most important Founding Fathers.

In an insightful and informative conversation, Jefferson expounds on his parents, his love of French food and culture, Alexander Hamilton, John Adams, the Bill of Rights, White House dinners and more.

 

 

ON World Possibilities | July 3, 2014 | 5:00 am

Man Behind the Myth – An Interview with Thomas Jefferson

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The principal author of The Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson was the first Secretary of State, the second Vice-President, and Third President of the United States.

In a special Thomas Jefferson Hour program recorded in front of a live audience, Prairie Public Radio’s Ashley Thornberg sits down with, nationally acclaimed humanities scholar and award-winning first person interpreter of Thomas Jefferson, Clay Jenkinson, for a wide-ranging interview with one of our country’s most important Founding Fathers.

In an insightful and informative conversation, Jefferson expounds on his parents, his love of French food and culture, Alexander Hamilton, John Adams, the Bill of Rights, White House dinners and more.

 

 

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