Dinner at Mr. Jefferson's : three men, five great wines, and the evening that changed America / by Charles Cerami.
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|Flora-Monroe Twp PL - Flora||973.41 CER (Text)||50825010625522||Audiobooks||Available||-|
|Jefferson Co PL - Madison Main Branch||AUDIO 973.41 CERA (Text)||39391005995772||Audiobooks||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9781433233937 :
- ISBN: 1433233932 :
- Physical Description: 7 audio discs (approximately 69 min. each) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
- Publisher: [Ashland, Or.\] : Blackstone Audio, 
- Copyright: ℗2008
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Before the clash -- An old friend's bombshell -- The mounting anger -- The radical conservative -- Aggressive lobbying -- Thoughts of breaking up -- Jefferson's awakening -- A country without a capital -- Doubters and believers -- Nearing a decision on the capital -- That day on the street -- Dinner at Secretary Jefferson's -- The Philadelphia story -- Doubts settled, doubts revived -- Hamilton the unstoppable? -- Before the fall -- From brilliance to disaster -- The disappearing cabinet -- One heart and one mind -- The Jefferson factor -- Recipes from Monticello's kitchen -- Alexander Hamilton's letter to new coast guard officials.
|Participant or Performer Note:||
Read by William Dufris.
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|Subject:||Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.
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- Baker & Taylor
Offers a re-creation of a dinner party held at the home of Thomas Jefferson during which Jefferson and his guests, Alexander Hamilton and James Madison, developed compromises that helped heal the wounds of the early Republic and led to America's great expansion, in a volume that not only recalls the historic meeting, but also the dinner itself.
Soon after the new Constitution took effect and George Washington became president, the United States was in serious danger. A bitter political rivalry between two men who had once been allies and two surging issues that inflamed the nation led to grim talk of breaking up the Republic. Then, a single great evening, arguably the most important dinner party in American history, achieved the compromises that led to America's mighty expansion. Though often mentioned, that dinner has not been recognized as a milestone in the nation's history. This book will give life to host Thomas Jefferson and his two guests, Alexander Hamilton and James Madison, as well as the dinner itselfâthe courses, the wines, the nature of the conversationâand the rapid results that followed.