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This year, New American History is collaborating with our neighbors at Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello to share a digitized version of the Feast of Reason. Host your own “Jeffersonian dinner” in the dorm or classroom, around the family dinner table, in a video chat or any social space. Promote civil discourse across generations or across the miles!

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