The truth is that the want of common education with us is not from our poverty, but from the want of an orderly system.




The truth is that the want of common education with us is not from our poverty, but from the want of an orderly system.

The truth is that the want of common education with us is not from our poverty, but from the want of an orderly system. --Thomas Jefferson

The truth is that the want of common education with us is not from our poverty, but from the want of an orderly system. More money is now paid for the education of a part than would be paid for that of the whole if systematically arranged.

Thomas Jefferson

Year: 1820
Context: letter to Joseph Cabell
Tags: arranged, common education, education, money, orderly system, poverty, systematically, truth, want



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