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Throughout his adult life, Thomas Jefferson owned hundreds of African-American slaves, and .... Jefferson did not directly condemn domestic slavery as such in the ... Thomas Jefferson wrote an amendment or bill that would abolish slavery. ..... Jefferson wrote back that the rights of African Americans should not depend on ...

www.answers.com/Q/Did_Thomas_Jefferson_believe_that_the_Bill_of_Rights_should_be_added_to_the_Constitution

Why is there a Bill of Rights added to the US Constitution? Some states or people (like Virginia's Patrick Henry) thought that the Constitution did not adequately ...

www.billofrightsinstitute.org/educate/educator-resources/lessons-plans/presidents-constitution/louisiana-purchase

Thomas Jefferson had always feared the costs of loose construction of the powers ... While Jefferson did his best to follow what he believed was proper constitutional ... strong belief that the federal government's powers should be interpreted strictly. ... be added, but made no provision for taking on foreign territories, Jefferson ...

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Thomas Jefferson hoped that he would be remembered for three ... Jefferson believed that these achievements were the high points of a life dedicated to the ... utility of religion, but believed that government had no business regulating belief. ... An observation of this truth should render honest republican governors so mild in ...

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By working to get the Bill of Rights passed, James Madison continued his support of Jefferson's policies. Jefferson supported the Constitution under the condition ...

www.loc.gov/exhibits/jefferson/jefffed.html

Thomas Jefferson's December 20, 1787, letter to James Madison contains ... Primarily, Jefferson noted the absence of a bill of rights and the failure to provide ... During the writing and ratification of the constitution, in an effort to influence the .... The Library of Congress does not have permission to display this image online .

law2.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/conlaw/billofrightsintro.html

Thomas Jefferson, who did not attend the Constitutional Convention, in a December ... believed that a declaration of rights should be added to the Constitution.

www.aclu.org/other/bill-rights-brief-history

It specified what the government could do but did not say what it could not do. ... So, the Constitution's framers heeded Thomas Jefferson who argued: "A bill of ... The entire Bill of Rights was created to protect rights the original citizens believed ... Who would be the final arbiter of how the Constitution should be applied?

www.rutherford.org/publications_resources/oldspeak/thomas_jefferson_and_the_missing_right_of_humanity

Oct 31, 2012 ... Contrary to what many people now think, Thomas Jefferson did not ... And then a few sentences later, Jefferson wrote, “I will now add what I do not like. ... What did Thomas Jefferson believe should be included in that list of the rights of ... a Bill of Rights that should be amended to the proposed Constitution.

www.theconstitutionproject.com/portfolio/the-bill-of-rights

On the other side, the Anti-federalists, including Mason, Thomas Jefferson and Patrick ... They believed that not listing rights risked there not being any rights.