Diagnosing Jefferson: Evidence of a Condition That Guided His Beliefs, Behavior, and Personal Associations

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Until the DNA test, historians were on the wrong track about Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings. Today, as they question Jefferson's character and apparent contradictions and follow another wrong track, they should be looking at his condition -- which explains everything: -- His 54-year obsession with building and rebuilding Monticello -- His fiction-based notions influencing the Declaration of Independence -- His choice of 15-year-old Sally, essentially his sister-in-law, for a 38-year companionship -- His out-of-control ...

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