In what ways was Thomas Jefferson’s presidency a confirmation of his ideas? In what ways did it violate those ideals?
Jefferson’s enduring criticalness in American history originates from his strikingly
differed gifts. He made real commitments as a government official, statesman, ambassador,
scholarly, author, researcher, and savant. No other figure among the Founding Fathers shared
the profundity and expansiveness of his colossal knowledge.