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Michael Kranish

The dark hours for Thomas Jefferson

By Michael Kranish
Globe Staff / February 23, 2010

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In 1778, Jefferson successfully lobbied to move 4,000 British and Hessian prisoners to his hometown of Charlottesville. It turned out to be a terrible decision. (Full article: 663 words)

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