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This beautiful volume examines & illustrates the largest assemblage of Jefferson documents from the rare & historically important holdings of the Library of Congress ever produced in one volume as well as other artifacts related to the life & legacy of one of the seminal figures in American history. A lively narrative illuminated by Jefferson's own words, ...more
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Carmen
Jun 23, 2016 Carmen rated it really liked it
Shelves: american-history
A through overall view of Thomas Jefferson, our third president. Definitely one of the top three we name when naming men who founded the country, he is an enigma. He wanted to outlaw slavery, and yet couldn't afford to do it himself or imagine a country where women and blacks had equal rights with white men. He is reknown for ending primogeniture, the instance where the oldest son inherited everything and the other children got nothing. This tended to further the aristocracy, which we did not ...more
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