The Constitution Thomas Jefferson Quotes

Collection of top 11 famous quotes about The Constitution Thomas Jefferson

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The Constitution Thomas Jefferson Quotes By Thomas Jefferson: It is every Americans' right and obligation to It is every Americans' right and obligation to read and interpret the Constitution for himself. — Thomas Jefferson
The Constitution Thomas Jefferson Quotes By Thomas Jefferson: The dead should not rule the living. The dead should not rule the living. — Thomas Jefferson
The Constitution Thomas Jefferson Quotes By Thomas Jefferson: No society can make a perpetual constitution ... No society can make a perpetual constitution ... The earth belongs always to the living generation. — Thomas Jefferson
The Constitution Thomas Jefferson Quotes By Thomas Jefferson: God grant that men of principle shall be God grant that men of principle shall be our principal men. — Thomas Jefferson
The Constitution Thomas Jefferson Quotes By Thomas Jefferson: Experience has already shown that the impeachment the Experience has already shown that the impeachment the Constitution has provided is not even a scarecrow. — Thomas Jefferson
The Constitution Thomas Jefferson Quotes By Thomas Jefferson: The Constitution is a mere thing of wax The Constitution is a mere thing of wax in the hands of the judiciary, which they may twist and shape into any form they please. — Thomas Jefferson
The Constitution Thomas Jefferson Quotes By Thomas Jefferson: Our peculiar security is in the possession of Our peculiar security is in the possession of a written Constitution. Let us not make it a blank paper by construction. — Thomas Jefferson
The Constitution Thomas Jefferson Quotes By Thomas Jefferson: The moral sense is as much a part The moral sense is as much a part of our constitution as that of feeling, seeing, or hearing. — Thomas Jefferson
The Constitution Thomas Jefferson Quotes By Thomas Jefferson: In questions of power, let no more be In questions of power, let no more be heard of confidence in man, but bind him down from mischief by the chains of the constitution. — Thomas Jefferson