Thomas Jefferson Quote

It is rare that the public sentiment decides immorally or unwisely, and the individual who differs from it ought to distrust and examine well his own opinion.


Letter to William Findley, Washington (21 March 1801); published in Thomas Jefferson - A chronology of his thoughts (2002) by Jerry Holmes, p. 175 - First Presidential Administration (1801-1805)

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It is rare that the public sentiment decides immorally or unwisely, and the individual who differs from it ought to distrust and examine well his own ...

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It is rare that the public sentiment decides immorally or unwisely, and the individual who differs from it ought to distrust and examine well his own ...

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It is rare that the public sentiment decides immorally or unwisely, and the individual who differs from it ought to distrust and examine well his own ...

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It is rare that the public sentiment decides immorally or unwisely, and the individual who differs from it ought to distrust and examine well his own ...