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Jefferson and The Rights of Man (original 1951; edition 1951)

by Dumas Malone

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Title:Jefferson and The Rights of Man
Authors:Dumas Malone
Info:Little Brown and Company (1951), Edition: First Edition, Hardcover
Collections:Your library, Biography (Early Republic 1789-1828, Biography (U.S. Political Leaders), Biography (U.S. Presidents), Biography (Revolutionary War 1775-1789)
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1481 Jefferson and the Rights of Man: Jefferson and His Time Volume Two, by Dumas Malone (25 Mar 1978) This volume takes Jefferson up to 1792. It is really well-done, even though very pro-Jefferson. ( )
  Schmerguls | Jan 16, 2009 |
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This work as a whole is for
ELIZABETH GIFFORD MALONE

This Volume is for
PRINCETON UNIVERSITY
Home of the greatest edition of Jefferson's papers
and the Alma Mater of my son
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The second volume in this Pulitzer Prize-winning biography tells the story of the eventful middle years in the life of Thomas Jefferson: his ministry to France in the years just before the French Revolution and during the early stages of that conflict; his service as secretary of state in President George Washington's first cabinet; the crucial period of his first differences with Alexander Hamilton and the beginnings of his long struggle with the Federalists. .

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