Jefferson and the Rights of Man, Volume 3
The eventful middle years of the life of Thomas Jefferson, beginning with the European mission, which lasted through the opening months of the French Revolution, and ending with Jefferson's having served all but his final year as our first Secretary of State under the new Constitution.
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Introduction to Paris
The Rebuffs of a Commissioner 17841786
At the Court of Versailles 17851787
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