Jefferson's Dome

Feature

Saturday, July 03, 2004

We all know Thomas Jefferson as the author of the Declaration of Independence. But he was also the architect of some of our country’s best political buildings. Architecture critic Karrie Jacobs explores how Jefferson’s love of the dome changed how Americans think of political space. With production assistance from Sean Tubbs.

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Sean Tubbs

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