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“No historian has more astutely investigated or more powerfully written about the early American

republic than Alan Taylor. In Thomas Jeffersonâ€s Education, Taylor adds to his previous prizewinning

studies of early American politics, expansion, and arts and letters, with an examination of the foundersâ€

vision of education, reckoning, at once, with its audacity and its timidity.― - Jill Lepore, author of These

Truths: A History of the United States“Alan Taylorâ€s extraordinary new book illuminates the limits

of republican reform in a society built on slavery. It is a major contribution to our understanding of Thomas

Jeffersonâ€s career as an educational reformer and to the history of democratic self-government in

Virginia.― - Peter S. Onuf, Thomas Jefferson Foundation Professor Emeritus of History, University of

Virginia“With characteristic eloquence, Alan Taylor chronicles the unlikely emergence of one of the

most important experiments in American education: the University of Virginia. Caught between the promise

of a new nation of freedom and the reality of a declining slave society, Thomas Jefferson and his allies

forged an institution at once intellectually innovative and socially conservative. Taylorâ€s rich, evocative

book captures the surprising drama of that invention.― - Edward L. Ayers, author of The Thin Light of

Freedom“A highly illuminating account…a book that refreshingly adds real substance to the abundant

literature on Jefferson.― - Kirkus Reviews (starred review)“An account of Jefferson's home state and

university…A complex but fascinating story.― - Booklist Read more Alan Taylor is Thomas Jefferson

Foundation Professor of History at University of Virginia. He has twice won the Pulitzer Prize in history,

most recently for The Internal Enemy, which was also a finalist for the National Book Award. Read more

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