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  • Julianna Smart

    Thomas Jefferson. true words.

  • Amanda Reyes

    This is so true. Founding fathers knew what they were talking about- why have so many forgotten??

  • Pamela Patrick

    Thomas Jefferson quote Oh, so true!!!!

  • Christina Worley

    Founding fathers knew what they were talking about- why have so many forgotten?? Food for thought!

  • Reshia Imlay

    Thomas Jefferson- True story~

  • Katie L

    Thomas Jefferson #Quote --- People seriously need to start paying more attention in history class & read more on the words of wisdom from notable people-- learn from it & apply it

  • Hannah Wilhelm

    "The democracy will cease to exist when you take away from those who are willing to work and give to those who would not." -Thomas Jefferson. Founding fathers knew what they were talking about

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Thomas Jefferson; wow they knew what they were talking about way back then . . . imagine that!!

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