Thomas Jefferson Quote

If some period be not fixed, either by the Constitution or by practice, to the services of the First Magistrate, his office, though nominally elective, will, in fact, be for life, and that will soon degenerate into an inheritance.


The writings of Thomas Jefferson (ed. 1853)

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If some period be not fixed, either by the Constitution or by practice, to the services of the First Magistrate, his office, though nominally...

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If some period be not fixed, either by the Constitution or by practice, to the services of the First Magistrate, his office, though nominally...

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If some period be not fixed, either by the Constitution or by practice, to the services of the First Magistrate, his office, though nominally...

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If some period be not fixed, either by the Constitution or by practice, to the services of the First Magistrate, his office, though nominally...