Thomas Jefferson: Reputation and Legacy

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Index
Adair, Douglass, 172, 177
Adams, Charles Francis, Jr., 84
Adams, Dickinson W., 92
Adams, Henry, 242
Adams, John, 44, 47, 54, 58, 81, 84, 91, 108, 138, 139, 201, 260, 266n
Adams, John Quincy, 91, 266n
Adams, Mary P., 238
Adams, William Howard, 121
Alderman, Edwin A., 113, 126
Alexander I, Tsar, 108, 109, 129–30n
America, western expansion
and Native Americans, 244–9, 252
and republicanism, 230, 231, 234–6
and transatlantic trade, 233
American exceptionalism, 264, 266–7n
American imperialism, 234, 253n
American Revolution, 44–73, 49
as empire for liberty, 231, 232–3, 236
and federalism, 57–8, 60, 61, 65–6
historiography, 69 n
and incipient monarchism, 57–8, 59, 60
interpretation: federalist, 44, 49, 51–2, 65; republican, 45, 50, 65
and republicanism, 44–8, 50, 52, 57– 60, 65–6
Americans United for Separation of Church and State, 152, 154
Arnold, Benedict, 62, 76
Articles of Confederation, 138
Bacon, Edmund, 172
Bacon, Francis, 3, 108
Bacon, Nathaniel, 29, 30, 39–40n
Bailyn, Bernard, 144, 162–3n
Barclay, James Turner, 110
Barlow, Joel, 50, 53
Baxter, John, 25, 53, 54
Bear, James A., Jr., 92, 115, 121, 124–5
Becker, Carl L., 141, 143, 144, 145, 146, 147
Ben-Atar, Doron, 250
Bergh, Albert E., 85
Bernstein, Richard B., 225
Betts, Edwin M., 86
Bixby, William K., 80
Black, Hugo L., 151, 153, 154
Bland, Richard, 29
Bolingbroke, Viscount, Henry St John, 21, 26, 146
Botta, Carlo Giuseppe Gugliemo, 27–8
Boyd, Julian P., 6, 87–93, 94, 95, 98, 99, 104n, 141, 231
Brodie, Fawn, 142, 173–4, 175, 186, 191, 214
Bruce, Philip Alexander, 159
Bryan, Mina R., 89
Bryan, William Jennings, 112
Buchanan, James, 78
Burgh, James, 144, 147, 153
Burk, John Daly, 34–6, 42n, 63
Burr, Aaron, 1, 35
Burstein, Andrew, 160, 186, 188–91, 194n, 220–1, 222, 224
Bush, George W., 170, 171
Butterfield, Lyman, H., 89
Byrd, William, 29, 40n
Callender, James, 81, 170, 171
Campbell, John W., 74–5
Carey, John, 48–9, 68n
Carr, John, 178
Carr, Peter, 172, 178, 181
Carr, Samuel, 172, 174, 178, 181
Catanzariti, John, 92, 94, 98
Chase-Riboud, Barbara, 174, 175, 193n
Chastellux, Marquis de, 201

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Abbreviations xi
  • Introduction - The Estimation of the World 1
  • Chapter 1 - History 19
  • Chapter 2 - The Revolution 44
  • Chapter 3 - Jefferson's Papers 74
  • Chapter 4 - Monticello 106
  • Chapter 5 - Jefferson's Epitaph 137
  • Chapter 6 - Sally Hemings 170
  • Chapter 7 - Slavery 199
  • Chapter 8 - America and the World 230
  • Conclusion - Jefferson Survives 259
  • Index 269
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