Robert Strauss author program
Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum
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Eighteenth- and 19th-century contemporaries believed John Marshall to be, if not the equal of George Washington and Benjamin Franklin, at least very close to that pantheon. In his new book, journalist and historian Robert Strauss recounts how the Chief Justice acted as the glue that held the union together after the original founding days. Strauss will be in conversation with Emory University History Professor Patrick Allitt.
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