The Essential Jefferson

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Hackett Publishing, 1963 - Presidents - 328 pages
Through substantial selections from Jefferson's writings--including his earliest writings, Notes on Virginia, and key public papers and personal correspondence--this volume traces the development of his thinking on such fundamental issues as republicanism, constitutionalism, slavery, and the separation of religion from politics.  Footnotes identify Jefferson's correspondents and provide useful context.

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Contents

Excerpts from Notes on Viginia 1782
77
Correspondence
139
Index
279
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Jean M. Yarbrough is Gary M. Pendy, Sr. Professor of Social Sciences and Professor of Government, Bowdoin College.

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