>Thank you so very much. How lucky you are to have studied one of the >greatest visionaries of modern time. You are certainly on the mark there. I am always aware of the privilege - - and the great responsibility! -- of working on, organizing, and presenting the writings of someone I consider the greatest political philosopher that ever lived. >When we do air the high crimes >program, I will most defiantly post your website link and acknowledge your >participation. I'm not really sure of the exact date, because right now we >are in negotiations with a major radio station to present An American >Resolution live on the internet and radio. I will contact you again and >discuss the details. If the negotiations go well and we end up on the radio >I would love to have you appear as a guest. Thank you. The truth is, I usually feel more comfortable responding to questions on Jefferson's views via email (or other delayed venues) because that gives me a chance to research the issue and consider it carefully. I always try to back up anything I say about Jefferson's views with quotations from his writings, and that necessarily takes time to locate. All too often I find that historians and others who discuss Jefferson's views "off the cuff" end up expressing something colored by their own views, not Jefferson's. Nevertheless, we can keep the possibility open and judge better when more details are available.
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