Thomas Jefferson And Never Will Be Analysis

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I believe in Jefferson’s quote, “If a nation expects to be ignorant and free, it expects what never was and never will be,” means that for a nation to be free and successful, the nation must consider their history and learn from it. Jefferson believed that common public schooling was necessary for democracy, because everyone should be educated enough to make decisions for their nation in which they lived in. Common schools made a major impact on democracy. For example, in the book School, it discussed how white and wealthy children were provided with a better education than poor and black children were. During that time, education was important and determined your potential job opportunities, so due to their finer education white and rich children
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