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Thomas Jefferson

            Thomas Jefferson was one of the, if not the, most important leaders in the history of the United States. Considered one of the few "Founding Fathers", Jefferson led his nation to success, and accomplished many things which further helped the USA become what it is today.
             During his times, Jefferson had one specific friend which he respected the most, Adams. Although in most cases they had different opinions, their teamwork still helped the country make big decisions and was able to really get the country moving. .
             Jefferson and Adams stayed friends through all the bad times, and of course the good times. Thanks to their opinions on things, the USA was able to make decisions which made the country very successful both at that time, and in the future. "Adams and Jefferson maintained cordial relations through most of Washington's first term, even though it was clear for all to see that they stood on opposite sides- (170). .
             Thomas Jefferson was also a big part in many roles in the shaping of the United States. He is most famous for writing the Declaration of Independence, which is one of the most important documents in the history of the USA. His words were perfect, and he spoke for all when he wrote that paper. .
             Jefferson always had a strong opinion about every decision that was made. He always had a say in discussions about war, economy and any other topic that was debatable at the time. Jefferson was also very popular throughout the country, which helped him become the third president of the United States. During his reign, he made mostly successful choices which helped the country become what it is today.
             While Jefferson had very strong views and opinions on politics, it is obvious that much of what he wrote was heavily influenced by the opinions of his associates. How his friends and even enemies felt about issues had an impact on what he wrote, but not so much that it would take away from how he really felt.

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