James Madison: Universal Peace

In a little-known 1792 essay, James Madison recognized that “a universal and perpetual peace” is something that might never exist. But it is such an important goal that “every thing ought to be tried.” This message of peace to all is perfect for Christmas - and every single day...See more

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