One his tombstone Jefferson noted just three achievements-his authorship of the American Declaration of Independence; his authorship of the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom; and his role in the founding the University of Virginia. This chapter argues that republicanism, separation of church and state, and education were at the heart of Jefferson's understanding of the meaning of the American Revolution. It traces the way that historians have treated each of these aspects of Jefferson's legacy.
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