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Just in time for July 4, the annual run of Jefferson-related articles starts rolling in:

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In her latest piece for the New York Times, Maira Kalman presents a moving and funny homage to Jefferson and Monticello following a recent visit to Charlottesville. Reader reaction has been very positive.  Over 250 comments posted were in under 24 hours, with many including references...MORE »

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In seeking to set a new tone for relations between the United States and the Muslim world, President Obama invoked the words of Thomas Jefferson and referenced...MORE »

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What make of car would Jefferson drive?

 

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Invocations and...MORE »

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It has been over two hundred years since President Jefferson sent U.S. Navy ships to the Mediterranean to deal with the perenniel threat of pirates disrupting international trade. And yet, it all sounds familiar. Pirates off the coast of Africa. An American ship attacked. A captain held hostage...MORE »

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The sole quotation cited in President Bush’s 13-minute final address to the nation last night was from Thomas Jefferson’s...MORE »

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The crew and passengers of the Thomas Jefferson helped rescue more than 50 US Airways passengers stranded in the icy Hudson River after Thursday's plane crash.   

"They were cheering when we pulled up," said Capt. Vince Lombardi....MORE »

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Thomas Jefferson was sworn into office as third president of the United States on March 4, 1801: ...MORE »

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