Politics and Economics in America

All things at Rome are for sale. —Juvenal Thomas Jefferson has left us an account of a supper-table conversation in the very earliest days of the U.S. government.  Vice President John Adams (who was intended by nature for a preacher) declaimed at length about the virtues of the . . .

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