Thomas Jefferson Quote

Turning, then, from this loathsome combination of church and state, and weeping over the follies of our fellow men, who yield themselves the willing dupes and drudges of these mountebanks, I consider reformation and redress as desperate, and abandon them to the Quixotism of more enthusiastic minds.


The Writings of Thomas Jefferson: Correspondence, contin (ed. 1855)

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Turning, then, from this loathsome combination of church and state, and weeping over the follies of our fellow men, who yield themselves the willing...

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Turning, then, from this loathsome combination of church and state, and weeping over the follies of our fellow men, who yield themselves the willing...

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Turning, then, from this loathsome combination of church and state, and weeping over the follies of our fellow men, who yield themselves the willing...

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Turning, then, from this loathsome combination of church and state, and weeping over the follies of our fellow men, who yield themselves the willing...