Thomas Jefferson: Papers read before the American Philosophical Society in celebration of the bicentennial of Thomas Jefferson, third president of the Society. Annual meeting April 22, 23, and 24, 1943
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Introduction to the Jefferson Bicentennial Program
Jefferson as a Lawyer
s Jefferson and the Classics
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