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The Legacies of Thomas Jefferson

Summary: A history essay dealing with the three most important legacies of Thomas Jefferson.
The third President of The United States of America, Thomas Jefferson, left behind many legacies both physical and intangible, but his three greatest bequests to the U.S. were the Declaration of Independence, the Louisiana Purchase, and the Naturalization Law of 1802. Jefferson once asked that if anything were to be remembered from his life, would it be what he did for his country. Of course he is survived by the aforementioned legacies he has left behind for his beloved country. All three of these legacies were apexes of the Jeffersonian era, and helped the United States and its' venerated democracy grow in size and strength in peace. These legacies of Jefferson's, are the fabric or texture of the geo political landscape affecting the American people today.

The effects of the Louisiana Purchase upon America were profound. The Louisiana Purchase nearly doubled the area of the United States, and...

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