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But as awake as we seem to be about Jefferson's ugly affairs as a slavemaster -- and similar ugly affairs by other "founding fathers" -- "we, the people" still seem to be commonly sleeping on the comforting bed regarding Jefferson's greatest achievement and the most cherished of all the founding documents. US support has been limited initially to "communications, logistics, planning assistance and transportation." What Government ruled the united States during the American Revolution?

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Publisher: Titans of Fortune Publishing (January 19, 2009)


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