The Life and Selected Writings of Thomas Jefferson
The architect of the Declaration of Independence and third president of the U.S., Thomas Jefferson provided a rich treasure house of historical information in his journals, addresses, and letters. This distinguished selection of his writings is now available in trade paper.
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