Notes


1. Peterson, Merrill. The Jefferson Image in the American Mind. New York, 1962.

2. Banning, Lance. The Jeffersonian Persuasion: Evolution of a Party Ideology, Ithaca, 1977.

3. For further reading on women and their role in Revolutionary society, read Linda K. Kerber, Women of the Republic: Intellect and Ideology in Revolutionary America, Chapel Hill, 1980.

4. To Spencer Roane, September 6, 1819 in Paul Leicester, editor. The Works of Thomas Jefferson, XII, 136. New York, 1904.
5. The Newt Gingrich-led Republicans' exhortations and rhetoric following the November, 1994 Congressional elections, which unseated the long-standing Democrat majority in the House, are much like--it seems no accident--the populist rhetoric of Jefferson's Republicans.

6. Adams, Henry. History of the United States during the Administrations of Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, II, p. 90-91. New York, 1889.

7. Banning, Lance. The Jeffersonian Persuasion: Evolution of a Party Ideology. Ithaca, 1978.

8. For further reading on this topic, see David Brion Davis, The Problem of Slavery in the Age of Revolution: 1770- 1823, Ithaca, 1975 and
Leonard Levy, Jefferson and Civil Liberties: The Darker Side, revised edition, New York, 1973.


9. Peterson, Merrill. The Jefferson Image in the American Mind, p. 29. New York, 1962.

10. Ibid, p. 35.

11. Davis, David Brion. The Problem of Slavery in the Age of Revolution: 1770-1823. Ithaca, 1975.

12. Peterson, Merrill. The Jefferson Image in the American Mind. New York, 1962.

13. In the past thirty years, historians have begun to explore the question of Jefferson's views on race--initiated in the antebellum years--with renewed vigor.

14. Peterson, Merrill. The Jefferson Image in the American Mind. New York, 1962.