Thomas Jefferson Then and Now, 1743-1943: A National Symposium

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THOMAS JEFFERSON THEN AND NOW 1743 - 1943
A NATIONAL SYMPOSIUM

Edited by
JAMES WATERMAN WISE

Issued by
BILL OF RIGHTS SESQUI - CENTENNIAL COMMITTEE
17 EAST 42ND STREET, NEW YORK
1943

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 1
  • Bill of Rights Sesqui-Centennial Committee 3
  • National Committee 4
  • Table of Contents 5
  • Foreword 7
  • The First Emancipator 11
  • A Pattern for the Future 13
  • Jefferson's Prophetic Vision 15
  • Crusader Against Ignorance 17
  • What the World Needs Today 20
  • Apostle of Human Freedom 22
  • His Dominant Passion 25
  • Our Only Timeless Statesman 27
  • Armed with Such Weapons 30
  • We Fight for Equality 33
  • The Foremost American 35
  • The World's Best Hope 37
  • Jefferson--The Man 40
  • Moral and Spiritual Ideals 42
  • The Lesson of His Life 45
  • A Vision for the World 48
  • Father of Democracy 50
  • Jefferson and the Bill of Rights 53
  • A Universal Figure 58
  • Spiritual Ancestor of the United Nations 60
  • A Fighting Liberal 62
  • American Tradition and Outlook 65
  • Champion of the Common Man 68
  • The Great Objective 70
  • Fighting for His Principles 72
  • Eternally Right 74
  • Builder of His Country 77
  • Father of the Bill of Rights 78
  • The Good Spirit of America 81
  • Our Inspiration 84
  • A Revolutionary Spirit 87
  • For Future World Welfare 89
  • Thomas Jefferson: A Portrait 91
  • Pioneer of Independence 101
  • A Bold Faith 102
  • Symbol of the Free Man 103
  • Jefferson's Creed 105
  • Across the Years 106
  • Above Material Things 108
  • The Doctrine of Natural Rights 110
  • Freedom's Strongest Weapon 112
  • A Practical Idealist 114
  • Basic Convictions 116
  • Freedom to Learn 117
  • Fundamentals of Greatness 119
  • The Banner of Justice 121
  • The Foe of Tyranny 123
  • If Jeffeerson Lived Today 125
  • Deathless Ideals 130
  • For a Better World 132
  • Constructive Courage 134
  • Guide to the Future 136
  • Wisdom and Vision 139
  • Re-Dedicate America to Jefferson 142
  • Index of Contributors 144
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