Some election issues are timeless.
Thomas Jefferson writes on the issues of his day, and ours.
August 9, 2012
“Of all the errors which can possibly be committed in the education of youth, that of sending them to Europe is the most fatal. I see [clearly] that no American should come to Europe under 30 years of age: and [he who] does, will lose in science, in virtue, in health and in happiness, for which manners are a poor compensation, were we even to admit the hollow, unmeaning manners of Europe to be preferable to the simplicity and sincerity of our own country.”
–Thomas Jefferson to Walker Maury, Paris, August 19, 1785