Thomas Jefferson & Jeffersonian Democracy


The Intellectual Origins of Jeffersonian Democracy: http://books.google.com/books?id=XYCQ7NrjK1kC


Notes:
Adair's contribution: (paraphrase)
  1. Using the evolution of ideas to describe history.
  2. Drawing connections between the Scottish Enlightenment
  3. Providing a counterpoint to the economic arguments of Charles Beard
  4. The relative roles of republicanism and liberalism.
Clearly a direct response to Beard's "Economic Origins of Jeffersonian Democracy"






Sole book published by Jefferson: Notes on the State Of Virginia

parts each part sending its proper number and that the elected might never form to themselves an interest separate from the electors prudence will point out the propriety of having elections often because as the elected might by that means return and mix again with the general body of the electors in a few months their fidelity to the public will be secured by the prudent reflection of not making a rod for themselves And as this frequent interchange - common sense introduction

THE WRITINGS OF THOMAS JEFFERSON

Definitive Edition

CONTAINING HIS AUTOBIOGRAPHY, NOTES ON VIRGINIA, PARLIAMENTARY MANUAL, OFFICIAL PAPERS, MESSAGES AND ADDRESSES, AND OTHER WRITINGS, OFFICIAL AND PRIVATE, NOW COLLECTED AND PUBLISHED IN THEIR ENTIRETY FOR THE FIRST TIME

INCLUDING

ALL OF THE ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPTS, DEPOSITED IN THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE AND PUBLISHED IN 1853 BY ORDER OF THE JOINT COMMITTEE OF CONGRESS

WITH NUMEROUS ILLUSTRATIONS AND A COMPREHENSIVE ANALYTICAL INDEX

ALBERT ELLERY BERGH 
EDITOR


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W. Alexander Hagen,
Nov 25, 2012, 4:02 AM
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