Slander, poison, whispers, and fame: Jefferson's `Anas' and political gossip in the early republic
- Thomas Jefferson's Machiavellian Political science. Rahe, Paul A. // Review of Politics;Summer95, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p449
Assess Thomas Jefferson's commitments to limited government, his support for politics of distrust, species of populism etcetera that he devised for Virginia. Lack of influence of Niccolo Machiavelli on Thomas Jefferson.
- A declaration of Independence for diplomatic historians. Onuf, Peter S. // Diplomatic History;Winter98, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p71
Focuses on the perceptions of former president of the United States, Thomas Jefferson, on the subject of the United States' Declaration of Independence. Why the Declaration was fundamental to some states; Reference to historians and their ideology of independence.
- Jefferson and the Imperial West. // Journal of the West;Jul92, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p13
Asserts that the concept of Thomas Jefferson as a Westward-looking president is misleading; rather, Jefferson's course of empire ran in fits and starts, more sideways--crablike--than straight-on through the mountains to the sea. Examination of Jefferson's supposed lifelong interest in the West;...
- DZIESMA PAR SIGURDU. Bērziņš, Uldis // Jauna Gaita;Spring 2016, Vol. 62 Issue 1, p2
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- Constitutionalism, Conflict, and Consent: Jefferson on the Impeachment Power. Bailey, Jeremy D. // Review of Politics;Fall2008, Vol. 70 Issue 4, p572
A problem within liberal constitutionalism is determining whether the majority actually consents to its government, and, in particular, to those extraordinary acts that take place in the silence of the law. This paper explores this problem in the U.S. context by presenting Thomas Jefferson's...
- Thomas Jefferson: Radical and racist. O'Brien, Conor Cruise // Atlantic;Oct96, Vol. 278 Issue 4, p46
The author focuses on civil religion, questioning the place of former U.S. president Thomas Jefferson in modern American civil religion. The author discusses Jefferson's views on liberty, revolution, slavery, and race. The author predicts that although Jefferson's views on race will exclude him...
- The Work Ethic of the Plain Folk: Labor and Religion in the Old South. Osthaus, Carl R. // Journal of Southern History;Nov2004, Vol. 70 Issue 4, p745
Explores the links among hard, steady labor in field and household, evangelical faith, and a belief in a simple way of life joined to a gospel of work in antebellum South. Centrality of work and its importance for slaves and plain-folk families in southern U.S.; Debate over the spirit of...
- Thomas Jefferson, Coercion, and the Limits of Harmonious Union. STEELE, BRIAN // Journal of Southern History;Nov2008, Vol. 74 Issue 4, p823
This article presents an examination into the writings and political doctrines of the U.S. founding father and president Thomas Jefferson regarding the issues of secession, coercion, and unity within the republican government of the nation. Comments are given noting the popular statement that...
- Untitled. Pearce, Edward // New Statesman & Society;1/7/94, Vol. 7 Issue 284, p26
Opinion. Comments on Thomas Jefferson as depicted in `The Emperor of Liberty' radio program in Great Britain. Fountain of American ideas; Fears with end of revolutionary war; Idea of national church as anathema; Irony of religious bigotry in America; Optimism about human capacity.