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Andrew Burstein is the Charles P. Manship Professor of History at Louisiana State University, and the author of The Passions of Andrew Jackson, Jefferson’s Secrets, and Madison and Jefferson, among others. Burstein’s writing has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Nation, and Salon.com, and he advised Ken Burns’s production "Thomas Jefferson." He has been featured on C-SPAN's American Presidents Series and Booknotes, as well as numerous NPR programs, including Talk of the Nation and The Diane Rehm Show. He lives in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

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Madison and Jefferson

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Jefferson's Secrets: Death ...

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The Passions of Andrew Jackson

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The Original Knickerbocker:...

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The Inner Jefferson: Portra...

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Lincoln Dreamt He Died: The...

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America's Jubilee: A Genera...

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Democracy's Muse: How Thoma...

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Letters from the Head and H...

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Sentimental Democracy: The ...

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“Is it not amazing,” wrote Henry, “that at a time when the rights of humanity are defined and understood with precision, in a country above all others fond of liberty … we find men professing religion the most humane, mild, gentle, and generous, adopting a principle as repugnant to humanity as it is inconsistent with the Bible and destructive to liberty?” Henry”
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