Table of contents for The quotable Jefferson / collected and edited by John P. Kaminski.

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Contents
Preface
Introduction
Thomas Jefferson Chronology
The Thoughts and Words of Thomas Jefferson
	Advice
	Agriculture
	America
	American Revolution
	The Arts
	Books
	The Constitution
	Cities, Countries, and Regions
	Death
	Dreams, Imagination, and Memories
	Duty, Honor, and Citizenship
	The Economy
	Education and Knowledge
	Family
	Food and Drink
	Foreign Affairs
	Freedom and Liberty
	Friends and Enemies
	Government
	Health, Medicine, and Exercise
	History
	Human Action and Interaction
	Human Nature
	Indians
	Inventions
	Jefferson's Presidency
	Judiciary and Justice
	Language
	Life
	Life's Difficulties
	Love
	Military
	Morality
	The Natural World
	Occupations
	Pain and Pleasure
	Peace
	The People
	Politics
	The Press
	Racism
	Religion
	Slavery
	Travel
	War
	Women
Thomas Jefferson Descrbes His Contemporaries
Thomas Jefferson Described by His Contemporaries
Thomas Jefferson Describes Himself
Jefferson's Correspondents
Bibliography
Index
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826 -- Quotations.
Quotations, American.