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Before the consecutive two-term administrations of Presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama, there had only been one other trio of its type: Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and James Monroe.

The Read For Today: The Jeffersonians by Kevin R.C. Gutzman

Gutzman’s “The Jeffersonians” chronicles Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and James Monroe’s consecutive two-term presidencies.

Between 1801 and 1825, These men also known as Virginia Dynasty served as presidents and implemented the foreign policy, domestic, and constitutional agenda of the radical wing of the American Revolution, setting guidelines for later liberals.

Among their accomplishments were the formation of the opposition Republican Party in the 1790s, the Louisiana Purchase, and the call for Congress to ban slave imports beginning Jan. 1, 1808.

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