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  • The Bill of Rights and Jefferson
  • Charlton Heston: "Winning the Cultural War"
  • Education and Schools
  • On Equality
  • The Jefferson Memorial
  • The Laboring Classes
  • The Wall of Separation Between Church and State
  • Why Didn't Jefferson Free His Slaves?
     
    The Sally Hemings Controversy
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  • N Use of H-SHEAR Postings
  • Why Investigate the Jefferson-Hemings Question?
  • N The Scholars Commission Report
  • N Further DNA Testing
  • N A Racial Profile of the Hemingses
  • N Jefferson, Slavery, and Miscegenation
  • N Focusing on Sally Hemings
  • N Was Sally Promiscuous?
  • The Children of Sally Hemings
  • N The Kinds of Evidence
  • N Legal vs. Historical Evidence
  • False TJ-SH Information on the Internet
  • N Morality at Monticello
  • N Sally Hemings: Subject of Gender Bias?
  • N Assessing Historical Methods
  • Historian Joseph Ellis Falsifies His Past
  • Historiography and the Jefferson-Hemings Myth
  • Is History an Illusion?
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    Created July 4, 2001

    Some Jefferson-Related Web Sites

    Thomas Jefferson on Politics & Government.
    Rayner's Life of Thomas Jefferson
    The Jeffersonian Perspective
    The Jefferson Bible.
    Conversations on Morality and The Jefferson Bible
    Jefferson on Freedom of Religion
    Objectivism and Thomas Jefferson
    The Thomas Jefferson FAQ

    The Scholars Commission Report
    The Thomas Jefferson Heritage Society
    The Truth About the Jefferson-Hemings DNA Tests Websites for Information Related to Jefferson
    The Jefferson Papers at the Library of Congress
    The Writings of Thomas Jefferson
    The Thomas Jefferson Foundation
    University of Virginia, Jefferson Online Resources

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