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[EAN: 9781406723458], Neubuch, [PU: Read Books, United Kingdom], Biography & Autobiography|General, Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.JEFFERSON THE FORGOTTEN MAN by SAMUEL B. PETTENGILL MEMBER OF CONGRESS with a foreword by DOUGLAS JOHNSON Author of The Assault on the Supreme Court THIRD EDITION In Cloth 1.50 In Paper 1.00 Published by AMERICAS FUTURE, INC. 20 J EAST 42ND STREET NEW YORK, N. Y. COPYRIGHT 1940 BY A JM E R I C A S FUTURE, INC, Editors of newspapers and magazines are free to reprint in such publications as much of this book as they think desirable, any part of this book may be used without charge in radio broadcasting, public readings, speeches or recitations, provided, due credit is given the Author All other rights, including motion pictures, the rights of trans lation in foreign languages, and reproduction in printed form in this or any foreign country are strictly reserved. PRINTED IN THE UNITED S T A T E S. O V AMERICA BY J J LITTIE AND IVES COMPANY, NEW YORK Dedicated To JEFFERSONIAN DEMOCRATS AND LINCOLN REPUBLICANS Soberly it is - now - no childs play to save the principles of Thomas Jefferson from total overthrow in this nation. A. LINCOLN PREFACE On the afternoon of July 4, 1826, the 5oth anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, couriers spurred their horses down the slopes of Monticello. As they proceeded to Richmond, Charleston, Washington, Philadelphia, New York, Boston and to the tiny hamlets hid between ocean and wilder ness, the newspapers, day by day, in ever-widening circle, carried the headlines Jefferson is Dead. The news travelled slowly. There was no telephone, no tele graph, no radio. It did not reach John Adams. The second president was also destined to die on the same day a coinci dence which, as it became known, seemed like a Divine portent. Adams, up in Massachusetts, onthis 4th of July 1826, was thinking of those who had signed the great Declaration in the prime of a golden youth, 50 years ago. He whispered, Jefferson still lives, and crossed the dark frontier to im mortality. A few days later at Monticello, on the hill slope Jefferson had climbed so often, shaded by trees he loved, a stone slab was laid, inscribed with these words written by the man him self Here was buried Thomas Jefferson Author of the Declaration of American Independence of The Statute of Virginia for Religious Freedom and Father of the University o Virginia. Vlll PREFACE But despite these proofs of his passing, for over a century they were never wholly believed. A great political party did not accept them. Millions of other Americans rejected them. They refused to believe that the essence of Jefferson, that which made him Jefferson, and without which the man would now be nameless and forgotten, the principles he fought for, and the truths he taught, had been buried beneath the slab. There have been times when this faith of his friends has been shaken. One of these friends was Abraham Lincoln. Only 33 years later Lincoln said, The principles of Jefferson are the definitions and axioms of a free society, and yet they are denied and evaded, with no small show of success. A generation later Senator George F. Hoar of Massachusetts recognized that men sometimes wander from his teaching but held the perfect assurance that on any question of liberty, if the opinion of Thomas Jefferson stand on one side and the opinion of mankind on the other, the world will, in the end, come around to his way of thinking. Still later Andrew J. Montague, Governor of Virginia, and my well loved colleaguein Congress, was also certain . that The political philosophy of Mr. Jefferson will take care of itself. . If Mr. Jefferson is wrong, America is wrong. If America is right, Jefferson is right. We come to 1940.

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: DODO PR], JEFFERSON THE FORGOTTEN MAN by SAMUEL B. PETTENGILL MEMBER OF CONGRESS with a foreword by DOUGLAS JOHNSON Author of The Assault on the Supreme Court THIRD EDITION In Cloth 1.50 In Paper 1.00 Published by AMERICAS FUTURE, INC. 20 J EAST 42ND STREET NEW YORK, N. Y. COPYRIGHT 1940 BY A JM E R I C A S FUTURE, INC, Editors of newspapers and magazines are free to reprint in such publications as much of this book as they think desirable, any part of this book may be used without charge in radio broadcasting, public readings, speeches or recitations, provided, due credit is given the Author All other rights, including motion pictures, the rights of trans lation in foreign languages, and reproduction in printed form in this or any foreign country are strictly reserved. PRINTED IN THE UNITED S T A T E S. O V AMERICA BY J J LITTIE AND IVES COMPANY, NEW YORK Dedicated To JEFFERSONIAN DEMOCRATS AND LINCOLN REPUBLICANS Soberly it is - now - no childs play to save the principles of Thomas Jefferson from total overthrow in this nation. A. LINCOLN PREFACE On the afternoon of July 4, 1826, the 5oth anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, couriers spurred their horses down the slopes of Monticello. As they proceeded to Richmond, Charleston, Washington, Philadelphia, New York, Boston and to the tiny hamlets hid between ocean and wilder ness, the newspapers, day by day, in ever-widening circle, carried the headlines Jefferson is Dead. The news travelled slowly. There was no telephone, no tele graph, no radio. It did not reach John Adams. The second president was also destined to die on the same day a coinci dence which, as it became known, seemed like a Divine portent. Adams, up in Massachusetts, onthis 4th of July 1826, was thinking of those who had signed the great Declaration in the prime of a golden youth, 50 years ago. He whispered, Jefferson still lives, and crossed the dark frontier to im mortality. A few days later at Monticello, on the hill slope Jefferson had climbed so often, shaded by trees he loved, a stone slab was laid, inscribed with these words written by the man him self Here was buried Thomas Jefferson Author of the Declaration of American Independence of The Statute of Virginia for Religious Freedom and Father of the University o Virginia. Vlll PREFACE But despite these proofs of his passing, for over a century they were never wholly believed. A great political party did not accept them. Millions of other Americans rejected them. They refused to believe that the essence of Jefferson, that which made him Jefferson, and without which the man would now be nameless and forgotten, the principles he fought for, and the truths he taught, had been buried beneath the slab. There have been times when this faith of his friends has been shaken. One of these friends was Abraham Lincoln. Only 33 years later Lincoln said, The principles of Jefferson are the definitions and axioms of a free society, and yet they are denied and evaded, with no small show of success. A generation later Senator George F. Hoar of Massachusetts recognized that men sometimes wander from his teaching but held the perfect assurance that on any question of liberty, if the opinion of Thomas Jefferson stand on one side and the opinion of mankind on the other, the world will, in the end, come around to his way of thinking. Still later Andrew J. Montague, Governor of Virginia, and my well loved colleaguein Congress, was also certain . that The political philosophy of Mr. Jefferson will take care of itself. ... If Mr. Jefferson is wrong, America is wrong. If America is right, Jefferson is right. We come to 1940... Versandfertig in 6-10 Tagen, [SC: 0.00]

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JEFFERSON THE FORGOTTEN MAN by SAMUEL B. PETTENGILL MEMBER OF CONGRESS with a foreword by DOUGLAS JOHNSON Author of The Assault on the Supreme Court THIRD EDITION In Cloth 1.50 In Paper 1.00 Published by AMERICAS FUTURE, INC. 20 J EAST 42ND STREET NEW YORK, N. Y. COPYRIGHT 1940 BY A JM E R I C A S FUTURE, INC, Editors of newspapers and magazines are free to reprint in such publications as much of this book as they think desirable, any part of this book may be used without charge in radio broadcasting, public readings, speeches or recitations, provided, due credit is given the Author All other rights, including motion pictures, the rights of trans lation in foreign languages, and reproduction in printed form in this or any foreign country are strictly reserved. PRINTED IN THE UNITED S T A T E S. O V AMERICA BY J J LITTIE AND IVES COMPANY, NEW YORK Dedicated To JEFFERSONIAN DEMOCRATS AND LINCOLN REPUBLICANS Soberly it is - now - no childs play to save the principles of Thomas Jefferson from total overthrow in this nation. A. LINCOLN PREFACE On the afternoon of July 4, 1826, the 5oth anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, couriers spurred their horses down the slopes of Monticello. As they proceeded to Richmond, Charleston, Washington, Philadelphia, New York, Boston and to the tiny hamlets hid between ocean and wilder ness, the newspapers, day by day, in ever-widening circle, carried the headlines Jefferson is Dead. The news travelled slowly. There was no telephone, no tele graph, no radio. It did not reach John Adams. The second president was also destined to die on the same day a coinci dence which, as it became known, seemed like a Divine portent. Adams, up in Massachusetts, onthis 4th of July 1826, was thinking of those who had signed the great Declaration in the prime of a golden youth, 50 years ago. He whispered, Jefferson still lives, and crossed the dark frontier to im mortality. A few days later at Monticello, on the hill slope Jefferson had climbed so often, shaded by trees he loved, a stone slab was laid, inscribed with these words written by the man him self Here was buried Thomas Jefferson Author of the Declaration of American Independence of The Statute of Virginia for Religious Freedom and Father of the University o Virginia. Vlll PREFACE But despite these proofs of his passing, for over a century they were never wholly believed. A great political party did not accept them. Millions of other Americans rejected them. They refused to believe that the essence of Jefferson, that which made him Jefferson, and without which the man would now be nameless and forgotten, the principles he fought for, and the truths he taught, had been buried beneath the slab. There have been times when this faith of his friends has been shaken. One of these friends was Abraham Lincoln. Only 33 years later Lincoln said, The principles of Jefferson are the definitions and axioms of a free society, and yet they are denied and evaded, with no small show of success. A generation later Senator George F. Hoar of Massachusetts recognized that men sometimes wander from his teaching but held the perfect assurance that on any question of liberty, if the opinion of Thomas Jefferson stand on one side and the opinion of mankind on the other, the world will, in the end, come around to his way of thinking. Still later Andrew J. Montague, Governor of Virginia, and my well loved colleaguein Congress, was also certain . that The political philosophy of Mr. Jefferson will take care of itself. ... If Mr. Jefferson is wrong, America is wrong. If America is right, Jefferson is right. We come to 1940...

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781406723458
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1406723452
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2007
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