Why Did I Choose Thomas Jefferson

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Personally, I would choose Thomas Jefferson as he seemed to be a master of several trades. Other than being well known as the third U.S. president and as the author of the Declaration of Independence, Jefferson mastered many disciplines, which ranged from surveying and mathematics to horticulture and mechanics. Jefferson had a keen interest in religion and philosophy which earned him the presidency of the American Philosophical Society, was well versed in linguistics and spoke several languages, founded the University of Virginia, and was a prolific letter writer. As an architect, Jefferson departed from the Georgian style of the day. He was a talented architect and landscape designer, dedicated to experimentation and innovation architect in

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