The Journal: Print Issue - Volume 1, Number 1
This edition is for readers who prefer to receive printed copies in the mail.
The May 2017 Issue is The Journal's inaugural issue. In its ten articles, scholar discuss several of Thomas Jefferson's many talents and interest. Managing Editor Dr. Mark Holowchak introduces readers to the Journal's theme-based program and the contents of its first issue, the topic of discussion is Thomas Jefferson – A Man of Many Interests and Talents.
CONTENTS - Volume 1, Number 1
Introduction from the Editor
Mark Holowchak: “A silent execution of duty”: The Republican Pen of
Reply to Dr. Holowchak:
James Carpenter: The Dimensionality of Thomas Jefferson: A Commentary
Richard Dixon: Jefferson as Lawyer
Garrett Ward Sheldon: Thomas Jefferson’s Conception of Religious Freedom
Arthur Scherr: Jefferson’s Love affair with the Natural Bridge
Brian Dotts: Tacitus, “The greatest enemy to tyrants”
Ari Helo: Jefferson’s Progressive View of History
Kevin Gutzman: Thomas Jefferson: Radical Virginian
Amy J. Barbee and M. Andrew Holowchak: Thomas Jefferson: A Psychoanalytical
Letters to the Editor
About The Journal of Thomas Jefferson's Life and Times:
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