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In the October 27th issue of Newsweek, you can read an article entitled " It's Not Easy Bein' Blue " and Jefferson is mentioned. The author argues that for the most part we are a center-right country and it has been like that for a lot longer than we may think. Jefferson is part of the "staple tenets of the central faith in American political ideologies" like private property, individual choice over government mandate, and individual opportunity.More >>
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Since 1994 the Scout Report has listed and annotated praiseworthy websites of interest to librarians, teachers, students, and scholars. Here's one that we will add to our Thomas Jefferson Portal research database: Creating the United States . More info:More >>
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Looking at Washington D.C. today it is hard to imagine it during Jefferson's time. Scott Berg's new...More >>
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I received the following update notification just now from Oxford University Press regarding the African American Studies Center fulltext file to which we subscribe. Note: this is a restricted access service available only to computer users at the Thomas Jefferson Foundation OR at any other institution with a paid subscription to this resource. Dear Jack Robertson - Thomas Jefferson Foundation,More >>
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Sometimes it seems an uphill battle, disabusing people of the notion that Jefferson is the source...More >>
Well, "It's the economy, stupid" is back in this election year in a big way! So, I have to bring up Jefferson's debt in the course of making us feel a little better. He loved to spend the money and he made some unwise decisions, and his family paid a big price for it.More >>
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Recently on a weekend trip to D.C. I stopped in at the Library of Congress to visit the Thomas...More >>
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Two gentlemen, Will Thomas and Doug Seefeldt, who helped develop content and programs in digital...More >>
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Reading a recent New York Times article on the future of reading and video games was interesting...More >>
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It's a topic that has proved endlessly fascinating for a long time (and has inspired quite a body...More >>

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