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"A nation, by establishing a character of liberality and magnanimity, gains in the friendship and respect of others more than the worth of mere money." --Thomas Jefferson, Special Message, January 13, 1806.More >>
<blockquote> <em>"A nation, by establishing a character of liberality and magnanimity, gains in the friendship and respect of others more than the worth of mere money." <cite>--Thomas Jefferson, Special Message, January 13, 1806.</cite></em> </blockquote>More >>
Hot off the press (almost) from another of our former ICJS fellows, Jeff Matsuura, is Jefferson vs...More >>
Guest commentary When Jefferson penned these words he was thinking of the kind of participatory "...More >>
Guest commentary "man ... feels that he is a participator in the government of affairs, not merely...More >>
Guest commentary Jefferson's letter to Cabell is one of the fullest elaborations of his federal...More >>
Guest commentary man ... feels that he is a participator in the government of affairs, not merely...More >>
One of our alert former fellows brought Hillary Clinton's quotation of Jefferson during her recent...More >>
I've just laboriously sussed out the farthest points north, south, east and west Jefferson ever...More >>
After a long, ridiculous search that made my head hurt real bad, I made a discovery that I hope...More >>

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