Friday, July 06, 2012

Liveblogging Madison and Jefferson: Things That Make Life Worth Living

"Agreeable society is the first essential in constituting happiness and of course the value of our existence and it is a circumstance worthy great attention when we are making first our choice of residence." -- Letter from Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, written in an attempt to get Madison to move in next door, quoted on p. 113

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