Jeffersonian Oppression and Founding Imperialism


Jeffersonian Oppression and Founding Imperialism offers a critical perspective on the newly-born United States and its third President. This essay tackles the relationship between Thomas Jefferson’s views on colonized people and the structural qualities of the nascent United States while also delving into Marxist historical method and historiographic critique. This essay complements much of the historical analysis presented at and in title’s such as J. Sakai’s Settlers, the Mythology of the White Proletariat.

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