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    Art of Power

    I would love to write a review, but I cannot. I am half way through the book, but each time I try to open the book to finish reading it, all I get is a blank screen with a rotating circle. HELP!!!! jlaesq@optonline.net

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    Great

    Thought-provoking portrait of an extraordinary man. Well worth the read.

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    The perfect politician

    Jefferson is elevated in reputation, one of the Founding Fathers. Disturbing to uncover conceit amid the passion. Vivid account of Jefferson's works, and portrait of his delicate relationship with history. Consuder him more a politician than a philosopher. Daring and marvelous, just the same.

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    Great book

    Well written. Objective on Jefferson's beliefs on slavery and his inconsistencies. Sad that upon his death only the Hemming slaves were freed. Missed the JFK quote about dinner of Nobel Prize winners. I wasn't too happy with the mention of Reagan. To even mention Reagan in the same breath as Jefferson is a joke. I was happy about the review of the politics of the time.

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