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The US Presidential election of 1800 was one of the most unique with Thomas Jefferson being elected after the confusion of a tied vote in the electoral college and Aaron Burr becoming Vice President after a contested and controversial process in the House of Representatives.

What if a "rogue" elector had cast his ballot in a different way and Aaron Burr, who had been the nominee for Vice President, had actually been elected as President by the Electoral College and become the leader of the US the early years of the 19th Century?

Guest Host: Brant Frost

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Part 1 of 2


The US Presidential election of 1800 was one of the most unique with Thomas Jefferson being elected after the confusion of a tied vote in the electoral college and Aaron Burr becoming Vice President after a contested and controversial process in the House of Representatives.

What if a "rogue" elector had cast his ballot in a different way and Aaron Burr, who had been the nominee for Vice President, had actually been elected as President by the Electoral College and become the leader of the US the early years of the 19th Century?

Guest Host: Brant Frost

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The calendar that we presently use harkens

back to the reforms instituted by Julius Caesar in 46 BC with only slight future modification in 1582 by Pope Gregory XIII.

How might things be different if a calendar other than the Julian had become the predominant one or if we had adopted any of the proposed "modern" reformed calendars of the 20th Century?

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