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Magna Carta and America

Andrew Roberts talks about Magna Carta and America at Fraunces Tavern in New York. It takes a little while for the video to load, and Andrew appears to be lit by candlelight.

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Thanks to the Barrister at Maggie's Farm for the Fraunces Tavern link.

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