Thomas Jefferson and Views on Race
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This paper examines some of the writings of Thomas Jefferson regarding his views on freed slaves and the rights of blacks in Virgingia. The paper further compares Jefferson's racist views to those where he is defending the rights of slaves.
From the Paper:"The Query XIV Laws section of the Notes on the State of Virginia do expose some racist views of Thomas Jefferson in the way he talks of slaves and notes that they can be passed on in inheritance just as land can. On being asked why freed blacks cannot be incorporated into the state he answers 'Deep rooted prejudices entertained by the whites ten thousand recollections by the blacks of the injuries they have sustained new provocations the real distinction which nature has made and...' "
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