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George Fox University: Liberty at Stake – Vice President Thomas Jefferson, Governor James Monroe, Gabriel’s Rebellion, and the Election of 1800

April 14, 2022 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

The John Dickinson Forum at George Fox University, a JMC partner program, will host Kevin Gutzman to speak on Thomas Jefferson and the Election of 1800.

Thursday, April 14, 2022 • 6:30 PM PDT
Hoover 105 • George Fox University

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Free and open to the public.

Questions? Contact Mark David Hall at mhall@georgefox.edu.



Kevin Gutzman is a Professor of History at Western Connecticut State University. He specializes in the Middle Period of American history, 1760-1877, with additional areas of expertise in American constitutional and Southern history. He has published numerous scholarly articles; contributed over 70 articles to scholarly encyclopedias; published reviews of over 45 books, films, and exhibitions in all the leading history journals; published dozens more reviews in many popular outlets; written scores of articles for popular publications; spoken at academic conventions and universities and to civic groups all over the country; appeared on over 200 radio programs (including many of the most popular all over America); appeared numerous times on C-SPAN, Fox News, and CNN; and been interviewed by reporters for many major newspapers, including the New York Times and Washington Post.

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The mission of the John Dickinson Forum for the Study of America’s Founding Principles, a JMC partner program, is to promote thoughtful study, discussion, and debate about America’s founding principles. It hopes to encourage conversations about whether or how these principles are relevant today. The Forum supports a variety of activities including lectures, book/current event discussion groups, and debates. It also partners with other institutions to make programming available to students at other schools and to the general public throughout the Pacific Northwest.

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