Thomas Jefferson and the Enlightenment in America Analytical Essay by Master Researcher

Thomas Jefferson and the Enlightenment in America
An analysis of the work of Thomas Jefferson for the U.S. and his part in introducing enlightenment ideals to the people.
# 34850 | 1,150 words | 4 sources | 2002 | US
Published on Sep 30, 2003 in History (U.S. Presidency)


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This paper examines the contributions of Thomas Jefferson to the United States, and focuses upon how and why he promoted enlightenment ideals during his public life. The author discusses how Jefferson personified the enlightenment in America, how he tirelessly championed enlightenment ideals and philosophies, and rejected the evils of government and society that the enlightenment exposed. He concludes that Jefferson was a talented writer, an idealistic politician, a successful farmer, a progressive architect, and the author of a vision of hope that inspired the young nation he led.

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