The Democratic Party of Connecticut has dropped the names of Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson from its annual dinner. Does this move make sense? Were these good guys or bad guys, and would they recognize the modern Democratic Party?
About the Guest
James Madison biographer Kevin Gutzman is a professor of history and chairman of the department of history at Western Connecticut State University.
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