The first attempt in history to include anti-slavery, free-soil provisions into a national constitutional instrument was written by Thomas Jefferson. Most historians teach us about the slave-owning of Jefferson – which is important history, but they ignore this fact, and fact that his text of 1784 was copied almost verbatim as Section 1 of the 13th Amendment.

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Monticello intro and 13th Text

California African American Museum

Thomas Jefferson Report of the Committee (1 Mar 1784)

Jefferson’s Observations (22 June 1786)

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Free Soil Party platform of 1848

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Michael Vorenberg’s book, Final Freedom

Jack Balkin and Sanford Levinson

Thomas Jefferson to James Heaton (20 May 1826)

William Merkel – Seton Hall Law Review

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