America's First Daughter - Part One: Chapter 15 – Part Two, Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

Laurie Kamoie and Stephanie Dray
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Part One, continued

Chapter 15 – It is July, 1789. Violence has broken out in Paris. The Bastille has fallen to brutal mobs. Lafayatte, now in command of the National Guard, attempts to bring about peace. Patsy meets with William to explain that she will temporarily return to Virginia. William tells her she cannot do this, for her father will never let her return because James Madison has written that Jefferson is to be asked to join President Washington’s cabinet. William knows Jefferson will accept. He tells Patsy that they look on Jefferson like a living monument born to do immense work and that he is only ever himself in political and lofty pursuits. Because of this, Jefferson will not return to France with Patsy to deliver her. William is now thirty, and he has done everything Jefferson has asked of...

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