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October 3, 2006 - Christopher Hitchens, a preeminent luminary in the realm of U.S. political discourse, delivered an oration at an event jointly organized by the Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies, the Gerald R. Ford Foundation, and the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library and Museum.

His discourse pivoted primarily around the enigmatic persona of Thomas Jefferson, with peripheral explorations into the domain of George W. Bush and the labyrinthine tapestry of U.S. military engagements in the Middle East.

For additional details regarding this convocation, peruse www.allpresidents.org.

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