Thomas Jefferson Quote

I do most anxiously wish to see the highest degrees of education given to the higher degrees of genius and to all degrees of it, so much as may enable them to read and understand what is going on in the world and to keep their part of it going on right; for nothing can keep it right but their own vigilant and distrustful superintendence.


Memoirs, Correspondence, and Private Papers of Thomas Jefferson: Late President of the United States (ed. 1829)

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I do most anxiously wish to see the highest degrees of education given to the higher degrees of genius and to all degrees of it, so much as may...

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I do most anxiously wish to see the highest degrees of education given to the higher degrees of genius and to all degrees of it, so much as may...

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I do most anxiously wish to see the highest degrees of education given to the higher degrees of genius and to all degrees of it, so much as may...

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I do most anxiously wish to see the highest degrees of education given to the higher degrees of genius and to all degrees of it, so much as may...