Thomas Jefferson: A Biography

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Contents
CHAPTER PAGE
1. IN THE BEGINNING1
2. FATHER AND SON11
3. EDUCATION OF A VIRGINIAN20
4. LAW, LIFE AND LOVE32
5. THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME46
6. PUBLIC FORUM AND PRIVATE MANSION59
7. THE STUDY OF MAN--AND OF A WOMAN68
8. REVOLUTIONARY REMONSTRANCE86
9. COMING OF THE REVOLUTION103
10. IMMORTAL DECLARATION117
11. THE GREAT REVISIONS136
12. SHACKLES FROM THE MIND149
13. DOMESTICITY IN TIME OF WAR166
14. WAR GOVERNOR179
15. TIME OF TROUBLES196
16. AFTERMATH214
17. NOTES ON VIRGINIA222
18. DOMESTIC TRAGEDY236
19. RETURN TO LIFE247
20. MINISTER TO FRANCE264
21. THE SIGHTS AND SOUNDS OF EUROPE282
22. THE ASBESTOS MIND294
23. HEAD VERSUS HEART307
24. SOUTHERN JOURNEY324
25. CONSTITUTION FROM AFAR336
26. PUBLIC DEBTS AND RHINE JOURNEY347
27. TIME TO RETURN362
28. FRENCH REVOLUTION371
29. HOME AGAIN385
30. A STRANGER TO THE SCENE392
31. SECRETARY OF STATE405
32. WAR WITH HAMILTON416
33. A NEWSPAPER IS BORN432
34. CITY PLANNING AND FOREIGN DISPUTES447
35. FEDERALIST AND REPUBLICAN462
36. PROCLAMATION OF NEUTRALITY476
37. CITIZEN GENÊT489
38. LAST DAYS IN OFFICE503
NOTES FOR CHAPTERS 1-38519

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