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Jefferson,

uninc. city (1990 pop. 25,782), Fairfax co., N Va. It is a residential suburb of Washington, D.C.

Jefferson

Thomas. 1743--1826, US statesman: secretary of state (1790--93); third president (1801--09). He was the chief drafter of the Declaration of Independence (1776), the chief opponent of the centralizing policies of the Federalists under Hamilton, and effected the Louisiana Purchase (1803)
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Harrison, "John Breckenridge: Western Statesman," The Journal of Southern History 18:2 (May 1952): 146-149; Kastor, The Nation's Crucible, 44-49; Gannon, "Escaping 'Mr. Jefferson's Plan of Destruction,'" 424; Plutarch, Fall of the Roman Republic: Six Lives, trans.
I spent some time last year in Portugal, where the status of literacy and the conditions of the book-market are about what they were in Mr. Jefferson's America.
Dinner at Mr. Jefferson's; three men, five great wines, and the evening that changed America.
And we might ask how Mr. Jefferson would be perceived today if he advocated "The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants.
But if I don't release the facts, Mr. Jefferson and his party will claim that I'm playing politics with them.
In one of the great putdowns of the 19th century, he dismissed the third president's ample intellect with faint praise for his invention of the moldboard plow: When, in 1829, Jefferson was invoked to promote state constitutional reform, Randolph declared, "Sir, if there be any point in which the authority of Mr. Jefferson might be considered valid, it is in the mechanism of a plough."
Mr. Jefferson joined MKG 11 years ago and developed a storage business for manufacturers and other companies, later moving to head office to help manage the extensive third party distribution business.
Part of that world includes a flamboyant author, Mr. Jefferson, a fictionalized account of Faulkner.
In the case of Mr. Jefferson, Justice clearly had reason to consider a search.
And, he produced a documentary, "Mr. Jefferson and his University," that is widely shown to students, alumni and others interested in UVA and its founder.