Jacobson, Timothy C.
September 2017
Hedgehog Review;Fall2017, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p17
Academic Journal
The article provides information on Thomas Jefferson, 3rd President of the American Founding Father including Civil War monuments in Charlottesville, Virginia. Topics discussed include physical legacy of Jefferson and moral legacy; branding of items and virtual products; and political operators and incorruptibility.


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