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Thomas Jefferson

Discussion in 'U.S. Politics' started by vyo476, May 23, 2007.

  1. vyo476

    vyo476 Active Member

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    I'd like to get my hands on as much of Jefferson's writing as possible and I'd like it to be without the opinions of others in the margins, if possible. This includes the texts that only include certain passages in order to back up specific claims about Jefferson's ideals. Anyone know of any texts that fit those criteria?
     
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    Try abebooks.com. Thousands of book sellers sell through them.

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    Hey Folks

    Thomas Jefferson is my least favorite of the founding fathers. Personally, I think he was a detached, intellectual dult.
     
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    And who, pray tell, was your favorite founding father?

    I don't want the question at the top to get lost, too. I'll bet Truth-Bringer knows.

    And Osprey, I'll check that site out. Thanks.
     
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    Hey Folks

    George Washington, no question.
     
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