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America’s Founders understood that a republic is fragile; for it to survive, citizens must be engaged, educated, committed and have a free press and voting rights. In this livestream Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and past chairman of the Thomas Jefferson Foundation Board of Trustees, Jon Meacham, and philanthropist David Rubenstein discuss Jefferson’s remarkably modern advice on citizenship, encapsulated in Mr. Meacham’s new book, In the Hands of the People

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