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3rd President Thomas Jefferson: There was not enough debate over the Bill of Rights when it came to be

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The third president of the United States, Thomas Jefferson, joins John to first share how people dined together in his day. Then, he responds to the motion made by former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens to repeal the second amendment, or right to bear arms.

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