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From an eminent scholar of the American South, the first full-scale biography of Thomas Jefferson since 1970

Not since Merrill Peterson''s Thomas Jefferson and the New Nation has a scholar attempted to write a comprehensive biography of the most complex Founding Father. In Jefferson, John B. Boles plumbs every facet of Thomas Jefferson''s life, all while situating him amid the sweeping upheaval of his times. We meet Jefferson the politician and political thinker -- as well as Jefferson the architect, scientist, bibliophile, paleontologist, musician, and gourmet. We witness him drafting of the Declaration of Independence, negotiating the Louisiana Purchase, and inventing a politics that emphasized the states over the federal government -- a political philosophy that shapes our national life to this day.

Boles offers new insight into Jefferson''s actions and thinking on race. His Jefferson is not a hypocrite, but a tragic figure -- a man who could not hold simultaneously to his views on abolition, democracy, and patriarchal responsibility. Yet despite his flaws, Jefferson''s ideas would outlive him and make him into nothing less than the architect of American liberty.

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"Magisterial...perhaps the finest one-volume biography of an American president."― Jonathan Yardley, Washington Post

"[A] splendid biography."― Wall Street Journal

"The fullest and most complete single-volume life of Jefferson since Merrill Peterson''s thousand-page biography of 1970."― Gordon Wood, Weekly Standard

"A sympathetic (though not hagiographic) view of Jefferson that emphasizes the differences between his world and ours....[Jefferson] was, in Mr. Boles''s words, the ''architect of American liberty,'' a phrase the author uses without the sneers or hedges that have become de rigueur among recent chroniclers of the founding era....[a] splendid biography."― Wall Street Journal

"[A] good, solid, generally fair-minded biography... [Boles''s] biography concentrates on the exterior events of Jefferson''s private and public lives and weaves them together in a straightforward, clearly written narrative. It is the fullest and most complete single-volume life of Jefferson since Merrill Peterson''s thousand-page biography of 1970."― Gordon Wood, Weekly Standard

"For all readers interested in understanding the enigmatic and controversial Jefferson as well as his shortcomings and triumphs within the context of his time."― Library Journal

"In a narrative as majestic as its subject, Boles takes a fresh, nuanced look at one of the America''s most enigmatic founding fathers... Boles, an accomplished scholar well versed in the source material, deftly paints a picture of the world as Jefferson knew it, taking care not to mix up understanding with excusing, especially with the Virginian''s relationship with Sally Hemings. This is a gem of a biography."― Publishers Weekly

"John Boles''s deeply researched and judiciously balanced Jefferson is an exemplary biography. Animated by a warm and wise admiration for a great American, Boles never loses sight of Jefferson''s limitations and failures-or of his extraordinary achievements."― Peter Onuf, University of Virginia, and coauthor, with Annette Gordon-Reed, of ''Most Blessed of the Patriarchs'': Thomas Jefferson and the Empire of the Imagination

"Intensely satisfying... Boles does a particularly skillful job at weaving Jefferson''s correspondence and other writings into the busy tempo of his year-to-year life, creating a fascinating dialogue on the page between the reserved and often diffident public man and direct and provocative private writer."― Christian Science Monitor

"[An] elegant, highly incisive new biography... The detail is impressive, equally so the fluidity of the presentation. The reader is enveloped in Jefferson''s world."― Booklist

"A fully fleshed biography of Thomas Jefferson that emphasizes his creative paradoxes and accomplishments... A stately, knowledgeable study."― Kirkus Reviews

"John Boles''s Jefferson is learned, fluent, sensitive, and magnificently detailed. It gives due attention to the intellectual currents and social circumstances that made Jefferson who he was, and its careful engagement with the complexities of slavery is convincingly integrated into the whole. Professor Boles has earned an eminent place for himself in the ever-active field of Jefferson studies."― Andrew Burstein, author of Jefferson''s Secrets and coauthor of Madison and Jefferson

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John B. Boles is the William P. Hobby Professor of History at Rice University and the former editor of the Journal of Southern History. He lives in Houston, Texas.

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Tony H.
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A Balanced and Highly Thoughtful Full-Scale Biography of Thomas Jefferson
Reviewed in the United States on May 11, 2017
A breath of fresh air in Jeffersonian scholarship, "Jefferson: Architect of American Liberty" is balanced and broad. Late 20th century and early 21st century scholarship has given us highly biased, highly critical, and often narrowly scoped portraits of Jefferson.... See more
A breath of fresh air in Jeffersonian scholarship, "Jefferson: Architect of American Liberty" is balanced and broad. Late 20th century and early 21st century scholarship has given us highly biased, highly critical, and often narrowly scoped portraits of Jefferson. John Boles’ offering alleviates those concerns. This book is a cradle to grave biography that is “sympathetic but critical when appropriate.”

The author writes with boldness as he navigates error in recent Jeffersonian research. For example, in contrast to some Jeffersonian historians, Boles claims Jefferson actually had a close relationship with his mother and backs it up with adequate evidence. He takes on author Ron Chernow’s accusation of cowardice by Jefferson while he was governor of Virginia and even charges Chernow with intellectual dishonesty. He takes on Jefferson critic Joseph Ellis’ wild notion that Jefferson would have sided with the South in the Civil War. Boles teaches us that the Architect of American Liberty would have been horrified by that notion and by that war. Boles exposes author Henry Wiencek’s conclusion that Jefferson softened on slavery in his later years as pure fantasy.

There is one small detail that I especially appreciated in this book. Boles correctly slams the idea (indeed, propagated by the Hamilton Broadway Musical) that Jefferson''s use of the word "men" in the Declaration of Independence meant only males. This is the height of intellectual dishonesty and is in fact revisionist history. For one to interpret the Declaration in that way is to show one''s severe lack of literary exposure. Boles rightly points out that Jefferson''s use of the word "men" is to refer to mankind which includes both men and women. By pointing this out, Boles exposes the blatant modern bias against Jefferson. It also exposes Boles for being an honest, bold, and informed writer and researcher.

Boles deals with the slavery paradox with precision and honesty. He shows us how and why we are disappointed with Jefferson in this area and teaches us how Jefferson could live with such a paradox. Boles helps us to think about how to judge the man by the man’s times, standards, and surroundings. The treatment of this subject in this book is extremely thoughtful, unbiased, and balanced; critical where criticism is due. Boles draws on extensive scholarship and offers satisfying conclusions about how to think about Jefferson in the context of slavery.

Of course, what would a book about Jefferson be without a detailed account of the brilliance of his mind, stock of his broad interests, and details about his beloved Monticello. All of that is here in detail. The stories of Jefferson’s time in Paris are highly interesting in this book. Boles also offers juicy family tales of knife fights, fireplace poker fights, and other wild stories. We follow Jefferson from his birth place at Shadwell then to Tuckahoe and on to the College of William and Mary. We follow him to Philadelphia where he becomes friends with the American greats such as Washington, Adams, Franklin, et al. We follow him to Paris and then to New York in the 1790''s when the fierce political battles charge up. We see Jefferson rise to great fame as the author of the Declaration of Independence and as the President. We follow him back to Monticello where he lives for 17 more years enjoying a fruitful and eventful retirement.

There are a number of books about Jefferson, but this is the first one possibly since Merrill Peterson’s “A New Nation” that has attempted a comprehensive accounting of the life of Jefferson. This book details the many reasons why millions of people flock to Monticello, why a mountain has his face carved into the side of it, why he''s on our money, why he began a university, and why a prominent memorial of him exists in our nation''s capital. The author claims to “humanize and contextualize Jefferson without either deifying or demonizing him.” He has succeeded. This book is the modern day standard for a full life biography of America’s third president, Thomas Jefferson.
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John T. Hansen
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Balanced biography of a great man
Reviewed in the United States on September 4, 2017
A well-written and balance biography of Jefferson that addresses some of the negative issues about the third president, leaves some as have previously been told, but corrects the record on others. Jefferson was a very complex individual, undoubtedly a genius, but also had... See more
A well-written and balance biography of Jefferson that addresses some of the negative issues about the third president, leaves some as have previously been told, but corrects the record on others. Jefferson was a very complex individual, undoubtedly a genius, but also had his weak spots, as do all of us. His contributions to the building of this great nation cannot be underestimated. We all know about the Declaration of Independence and the Louisiana Purchase, which are enough to put any person at the top of any list of historic achievements. But he also laid the groundwork for religious freedom, now embodied in the First Amendment, was primarily responsible for founding the University of Virginia, and he helped unify the country after the contentious Adams presidency. We all know he owned slaves, which is impossible to reconcile with his beliefs about freedom and tolerance. However, it was the way the economy was organized in Virginia in his lifetime. That is why several of the early presidents were also slave owners. It is an undeniable black mark on an otherwise great life, and does not change the good he accomplished.
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Boles and Trolls
Reviewed in the United States on January 18, 2019
Revisionist trolls attack Jefferson and exalt Hamilton. Historian Boles documents. He shows Hamilton was a scurrilous anonymous newspaper critic, who Jefferson correctly saw as Anglophile, threatening our experiment in bottom-up democracy, so dangerous an advisor to... See more
Revisionist trolls attack Jefferson and exalt Hamilton. Historian Boles documents. He shows Hamilton was a scurrilous anonymous newspaper critic, who Jefferson correctly saw as Anglophile, threatening our experiment in bottom-up democracy, so dangerous an advisor to Washington and Adams that Jefferson felt compelled to return from political retirement and seek the Presidency.

Trolls attack Jefferson over slaves. Boles documents inheritance from father-in-law via wife Martha, whose half sister was mother of Sally Hemings, who was reluctantly brought to Paris as teenage companion for Jefferson''s younger daughter. Boles also documents Jefferson''s efforts for her siblings, in educating them, and training them for earning middle class income. Most important, Boles documents Jefferson''s consistent legal feelings along with his economic dependence. Virginia''s founding fathers were land rich and cash poor.

Boles documents the long and important cooperation of Madison and Jefferson. That they were friends and Monticello neighbors is well known. That Madison was often needed as skilled implementer of their shared political ideas will now be known, thanks to Boles.

Years from 1776 to1788 seem Providential to many commentators. Boles shows it took years more Providence to protect a fledgling democratic experiment, years in which Jefferson continued to have major roles, his bio worth careful reading. Understanding of founding history will grow, along with bot defense.
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Ashley
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A great read in conjunction with "John Adams" and "Alexander Hamilton."
Reviewed in the United States on June 8, 2020
It was a captivating read. I had been wanting to read a Jefferson biography for some time after reading Robert McCullough''s "John Adams" and Ron Chernow''s "Alexander Hamilton." I previously shared that my opinion of Jefferson suffered quite a bit after reading... See more
It was a captivating read. I had been wanting to read a Jefferson biography for some time after reading Robert McCullough''s "John Adams" and Ron Chernow''s "Alexander Hamilton." I previously shared that my opinion of Jefferson suffered quite a bit after reading McCulloughs'' and Chernow''s accounts. John Boles'' take on Jefferson did not necessarily alleviate my misgivings of Jefferson, but it did soften my views on some of his actions and I feel that I better understand his political positions, while not necessarily agreeing with all of them. What did strike me is that in the group of John Adams, Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson, there are no villains, traitors or scoundrels as they often referred to each other during the political upheaval of the 1790''s. I don''t know if it was because reading Jefferson''s bio filled in the missing link, but I think I have more respect for the three of them as a group than I do for any one individual. All three were equally intelligent and motivated; motivated to create a new nation according to their own personal belief of what that new nation should look like. All three were equally principled and loyal to those that were loyal to them. All three were vindictive and bitter to those who manifested any actual or perceived disloyalty. All three made incredibly important and great decisions. All three made incredibly vexing and emotional decisions. All three were vain in their own right and defensive to attacks on their positions. All three were equally concerned about the the future of our nation when they were gone. All three were great. All three were flawed. All three were human.
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Ted I Jones
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Absolutely wonderful and thoughtful portrayal of a founding father by a ...
Reviewed in the United States on May 20, 2017
Absolutely wonderful and thoughtful portrayal of a founding father by a leading scholar. I own it now in hardback and the more expensive digital version. When I was at Tulane in the late 70''s I was bumped as an Honors history student from President Sheldon Hackney''s... See more
Absolutely wonderful and thoughtful portrayal of a founding father by a leading scholar. I own it now in hardback and the more expensive digital version. When I was at Tulane in the late 70''s I was bumped as an Honors history student from President Sheldon Hackney''s course on Southern History and took classes from Dr. Boles. It might have been the best thing that ever happened to me. He was a gifted teacher. This comprehensive biography covers all the avenues of his life and covers both negative and positive attributes with insight. Very likely one of the best history publications of 2017.
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C. M Mills
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Thomas Jefferson was a renaissance man who served as POTUS and did much to make America a great nation!
Reviewed in the United States on July 19, 2017
Your humble reviewer heard of a new biography of Thomas Jefferson. Ho-hum said I. But perhaps I will give it a try! Written by a PH.D scholar of history at Rice University I thought the one volume biography would be as dull as waiting in a doctor''s office! Was I wrong! In... See more
Your humble reviewer heard of a new biography of Thomas Jefferson. Ho-hum said I. But perhaps I will give it a try! Written by a PH.D scholar of history at Rice University I thought the one volume biography would be as dull as waiting in a doctor''s office! Was I wrong! In 600 pages Dr. Boles brings Jefferson to life in all his complexity and genius. Consider just the following contradictions in the Man from Monticello:
1. TJ was born an aristocrat in old Virginia but as founder of the Republican (now Democratic) Party he fought expanding growth in the West and opening up the Louisiana Purchase for settlement. He was a friend of the common American citizen who opposed a monarchial northeastern monopoly of the levers of power in the federal government.
2. A bibliophile who in donating his library of over 6,000 volumes to the government in establishing the Library of Congress he only wrote one book "Notes on the State of Virginia."
3. He was a Christian in the sense he believed Jesus to be the most moral man who ever lived even though he did not believe him to be divine. His "wall of separation" between government and the free exercise of religion is vital to understanding toleration in a modern democratic society.
4. He was personally opposed to slavery though he did consider African-Americans inferior in intellect to whites. He had several children with his mulatto mistress Sally Hemings ( she was the half-sister of Jefferson'';s wife Martha)
5. Jefferson was a Francophile and despised Great Britain as he led Virginia as governor during the Revolutionary War. During his second term as president he imposed the Embargo Act in retaliation to Britain''s naval impressment and searching American ships.
6. Jefferson was a great writer but a poor orator.
7. Jefferson the Republican and John Adams the federalist had many political disagreements but became close friends in old age. Both died on the same date July 4, 1776 the fiftieth anniversary of the Declaration of Independence.
8. Jefferson loved gardening and agriculture but except for his years in Monticello spent most of his life in big cities.
9. Jefferson may or may not have had an affair with British artist Maria Cosway while he was living in Paris.
10. Jefferson was non-military in outlook but during his presidency West Point was founded.
11. Jefferson was a cosmopolitan man but at heart he was a homebody enjoying his friends, family, food, books, pets and life on the plantation of Monticello.
Boles divides the Jefferson life story into six parts: Colonial Virginia: 1743-1770; Revolutionary America 1771-1784;Paris (where he served as United States ambassador to the court of Louis XVI) 1784-1790; Philadelphia and New York City (1790-1801. This section deals with Jefferson''s service as the Secretary of State in Washington''s cabinet and his battles with Alexander Hamilton the Secretary of the Treasury over such issues as the National Bank. He served as Vice-President under John Adams from 1796-1800. Part V deals with the years from 1801-1809 outlining his two terms as POTUS. He is notable for seeing through the purchase of Louisiana from France in 1803; the Lewis and Clark expedition and suppressing the Barbary pirates. Jefferson kept the peace Part VI deals with Jefferson''s retirement years at Monticello from 1809 until his death in 1826.
Boles condemns human slavery and shows us how Jefferson opposed the institution but was a slaveholder throughout his long and eventful life.
John Boles is a scholar who writes well and this one volume biography of Jefferson deserves a wide readership!
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Brock
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An excellent look into the life of an essential American founder!
Reviewed in the United States on August 28, 2020
A very readable one volume biography of one of America''s great founders. This book is not too long neither too short. It is just right. You learn all that you could possibly want to know about Jefferson. The author freely talks about his greatness and the good things... See more
A very readable one volume biography of one of America''s great founders. This book is not too long neither too short. It is just right. You learn all that you could possibly want to know about Jefferson. The author freely talks about his greatness and the good things that he did and also discusses some of his very visible warts. In the end I came away believing that Jefferson was essential to the founding of America and starting the United States off on the right foot. Yes he had personality traits that were messy but he is a human being. We all have flaws. A wonderful look into the life of a great American!
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James L. Smith
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An Accessible and Fascinating Portrait of a Complex and Multifaceted Man
Reviewed in the United States on May 15, 2017
Jonathan Yardley, book critic for The Washington Post, has described this book as “perhaps the finest one-volume biography of an American president,” and I would be hard-pressed to take issue with that description. Dr. Boles provides a tapestry of endlessly fascinating... See more
Jonathan Yardley, book critic for The Washington Post, has described this book as “perhaps the finest one-volume biography of an American president,” and I would be hard-pressed to take issue with that description. Dr. Boles provides a tapestry of endlessly fascinating information that comes together in the end as a discerning and wise portrait of Thomas Jefferson. In providing an accessible narrative of Jefferson’s life, the book also delivers a superb lesson in how to humanize someone as celebrated and controversial as Jefferson and how to understand any historical figure by keeping them in the context of the world in which they lived. I have no reservations in giving this book the highest recommendation.
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Wyn
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A good read.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 11, 2017
An extremely enjoyable biography. As someone who knew little about Jefferson I found it very enlightening. The style of writing together with the division of each chapter into sections makes it easy to read. However, as with many historical books, I feel it would have...See more
An extremely enjoyable biography. As someone who knew little about Jefferson I found it very enlightening. The style of writing together with the division of each chapter into sections makes it easy to read. However, as with many historical books, I feel it would have benefited from some good illustrations, possibly a family tree, but, most importantly, some maps.
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Great read
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 2, 2019
Easy to read homage of a great man. A fascinating view of the birth of a Nation through the eyes of one of the founding fathers. Well worth it.
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Highly recommended. Excellent.
Reviewed in Canada on July 17, 2017
I really enjoyed reading this book. I am not an American so, perhaps more than they would, I learned so much about the beginnings of America. I was surprised to discover how much turmoil and acrimony were experienced in the first 50 years of its existence. It helps place...See more
I really enjoyed reading this book. I am not an American so, perhaps more than they would, I learned so much about the beginnings of America. I was surprised to discover how much turmoil and acrimony were experienced in the first 50 years of its existence. It helps place the current similar environment in an interesting perspective. And, I certainly found it enlightening to view this iconic American hero as a hero, for sure, but one with very human flaws and contradictions.
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