Thomas Jefferson Quote

Had not a conviction of the danger to which an unlimited occupation of the executive chair would expose the republican Constitution of our Government, made it conscientiously a duty to retire when I did, the fear of becoming a dotard and of being insensible of it, would of itself have resisted all solicitations to remain.


The Writings of Thomas Jefferson: Correspondence, contin (ed. 1854)

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Had not a conviction of the danger to which an unlimited occupation of the executive chair would expose the republican Constitution of our...

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Had not a conviction of the danger to which an unlimited occupation of the executive chair would expose the republican Constitution of our...

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Had not a conviction of the danger to which an unlimited occupation of the executive chair would expose the republican Constitution of our...

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Had not a conviction of the danger to which an unlimited occupation of the executive chair would expose the republican Constitution of our...