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Lecture 19: The Beginnings of  National Politics
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“Jefferson and Liberty,” 1801 1. The gloomy night before us lies,  The reign of Terror now is o’er, Gags, Inquisitors and Spies, Its herds of Harpies are no more. Rejoice! Columbia’s Sons, rejoice! To tyrants never bend the knee, But join with heart and soul and voice, For Jefferson, and liberty.
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“Jefferson and Liberty” 1. No Lordling here with gorging jaws Shall wring from Industry the food, Nor fiery Bigot’s holy laws Lay waste our fields and streets in blood. 1. Here strangers from a thousand shores, Compelled by Tyranny to roam, Shall find amidst abundant stores, A nobler and a happier home.
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“Jefferson and Liberty” 1. From Georgia to Lake Champlain From Seas to Mississippi’s Shore Ye Sons of Freedom loud proclaim, The Reign of Terror is no more. Rejoice! Columbia’s sons, rejoice! To tyrants never bend the knee, But join with heart and soul and voice, For Jefferson, and liberty.
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I. The Making of the Bill of Rights A. Recommended Amendments as Key
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