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"The fault line of race is a paramount factor in keeping us from realizing our potential as a state and as a nation. The elimination of this line is what I think this institute is about. . . . Our task in the final analysis is to cause more of us to look in the mirror." William Winter
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Birth: 1743-04-13 Death: 1826-07-04

"I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just; that his justice cannot sleep forever."

Known as the author of the Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson wanted to be remembered instead as governor of Virginia, U.S. minister to France, Secretary of State under George Washington and President of the United States. A powerful advocate of liberty, Jefferson was not only a celebrated statesman, but also an architect, naturalist and linguist. He was the silent member of the first Continental Congress, drafting the Declaration of Independence at the age of 33. As President, Jefferson was popular with the people, reducing taxes, cutting the size of the military, lowering …



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