A. Tribble, T. Jefferson: Men’s Opinions and Beliefs Depend Not on Their Own Will

Image: Cover for 'A. Tribble, T. Jefferson,' by Roger David Hardesty

8.5×11 cover spread, clickable above.

Extensively footnoted essay (54 pages) in ‘Proof of Concept State,’ having been circulated for peer review in press-ready format via Amazon’s Create Space. I have not obtained print permission for one copyrighted element: the text is not currently being marketed.

Author’s note: (Plot spoiler.) Having diminished likelihood that Thomas Jefferson in any way relied on Rev. Andrew Tribble (1741-1822), I discovered Tribble was in some association with James Madison in a 1785 ‘Memorial and Remonstrance’ to the Virginia General Assembly.

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