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Chapter 16: The Monticello Correction: Consumption in History
16 The Monticello correction: consumption in history Linda M. Scott, Jason Chambers and Katherine Sredl Thomas Jeﬀerson’s house at Monticello was preserved intact from the moment the statesman closed his eyes for the last time. A tourist visiting ...
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