jefferson-lies165Thomas Jefferson stands falsely accused of several crimes, among them infidelity and disbelief. Prominent historian David Barton sets the record straight in a new book so hot and politically incorrect that the original publisher pulled it from the shelves of every bookstore in America.

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That’s right, now you can know the truth about one of America’s greatest founding fathers.

Having borne the brunt of a smear campaign that started more than two centuries ago, the reputation and character of American President Thomas Jefferson shows considerable tarnish, as lies and misunderstandings have gathered on his legacy.

In “The Jefferson Lies,” noted early America historian David Barton scours out the truth:

  • Jefferson and Sally: Did he really have children by his slave, Sally Hemings?
  • Jefferson and Jesus: Did he really abandon the faith of his family?
  • Jefferson and the Bible: Did he really want to rewrite the Scripture?
  • Jefferson and the church: Did he really advocate separation?
  • Jefferson and slaves: What is the truth about his slaveholding and his statements that all are created equal?
  • Jefferson and education: Did Jefferson really found the first secular, irreligious university?

All of these questions deserve the cleansing light of truth. In “The Jefferson Lies,” Barton has gone through the historical records, combed the original documents and letters and examined the recent evidence, and his findings have upset the establishment. Barton reveals eyewitness accounts of contemporaries and Jefferson’s own words help reveal the true man – the real Thomas Jefferson. As a reader, you will have the joy and surprise of meeting him for the very first time.

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