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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 >>
In a recent op-ed piece for the Daily Telegraph online, Conservative MP Daniel Hannan writes about...More >>
In a recent entry on the Huffington Post , Michael Meranze, History Professor at UCLA, quotes...More >>
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Our friend Rick Britton is offering a class through the Charlottesville Senior Center entitled "...More >>
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There was a little mini-explosion of chatter over the last week on What Jefferson Thought About Intelligent Design. I wasn't aware that Jefferson thought about intelligent design, but as we all know, if you use Thomas Jefferson's name in your argument, you automatically win. Double points for including a relevant quotation.More >>
Over the July 4th weekend I celebrated by watching a lot of Founding-Fathery patriotic television...More >>
Just in time for July 4, the annual run of Jefferson-related articles starts rolling in: The New...More >>
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It would be gilding the lily somewhat for me to try to talk too much about this, so I'll just say...More >>

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