Jefferson Would Have Loved It

Clay's been in Rome this month but he called David today to give us an update on his travels and to extend his gratitude to the members of the 1776 Club. In this debut Club-member-exclusive show, Clay wonders why Jefferson never made it to Rome considering that it would have been a high point of Jefferson's life. David lists three character traits that Clay has in common with Jefferson — both good and bad! Finally, the hosts discuss listener questions and international views on the presidential elections of the Unites States.

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The public domain image comes from the New York Public Library Digital Collections: "Roma--Pantheo d'Agrippa."