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In an op-ed piece in today's Boston Globe, Lou Ureneck takes to task the sorry state of modern-day...More >>
USATODAY columnist Oliver Thomas writes " And the wall . . . comes tumbling down ." Visit...More >>
In case you didn't know, it was Banned Books Week last week - the American Library Association...More >>
In February, we discussed recently unveiled murals of Monticello and Mount Vernon by artist Kerry...More >>
Guest commentary I am a Christian, in the only sense in which he [Christ] wished anyone to be;...More >>
In an article on Beliefnet , Steven Waldman, author of Founding Faith: How Our Founding Fathers Forged a Radical New Approach to Religious Liberty , reports on a new study that "reveals that a rapidly growing number of Americans hold the belief system that used to be described as Deism." The study, done by researchersMore >>
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That would be a great name for a band, wouldn't it? Or a car. Alas, no, it's my latest book acquisition, and although I do poke gentle fun at my Gilded Pig, it really is a great little find. I've been scouring the Internets for undiscovered works of genius by Marie Kimball , and came across a book she wrote - more of a pamphMore >>
Several years ago, a visitor to Monticello emailed me and asked about something they'd seen in the...More >>
Two articles with TJ/Monticello content in the latest issue of Early American Life : "The Faces of a Generation," by Audrey J. Wolfe, about sculptor John Browere (who did a near-deadly life mask of Jefferson - there's a rather horrifying description of the proceedings by granddaughter Virginia here )More >>
A new intriguing book on the shelves: Impossible Engineering: Technology and Territoriality on the...More >>

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