Thomas Jefferson

The third president of the United States.

What he did when he was in office/President of United States.

As a candidate for President in 1796, Jefferson believed in states rights, he came within three votes of election. Do to a error in the Constitution, he became Vice President, although he ran against President Adams. Republican electors, attempting to name both a President and a Vice President from their own party they cast a tie vote between Jefferson and Aaron Burr. The House of Representatives settled the tie. Hamilton, disliked both Jefferson and Burr, nevertheless urged Jefferson's election.

Was his family pore or rich when he was a kid and were he lived.

Him and his family were rich when he was kid but they had 200 slaves that work in there house and outside his and his family house and did there chores and made there food.Thomas Jefferson was born on April 13, 1743 lived at the family home in Shad well, Gondwanaland County,Virginia, now part of Alembert County.

If i was in Thomas Jefferson shoes i would write a thing like the Declaration of Independence and it would be called Declaration of Students Rights and it would talk about what rights we have and don't have in school.

We are the students of the United Schools of America do declare that the rights with which we are currently bestowed are simply short of what we truly deserve. We should be cared for in a manner equal to those of the people around us, given the rights that we deserve.

We are under the belief that we are given only that which we work for, yet despite this we understand that we should and will be given the bare essentials, at least, to accomplish the feats of everyday school life. The rest of the privileges are earned, as we understand, but otherwise they should be given under the principle of bare rights. We believe that we are not given what we should be given.

We would approve of the use of cellular phones at almost all parts of the day(excluding the time at which we are learning an important lesson), everyday, as long as we are worthy and have earned the privilege. We would also be contented to be given the right of listening to our music-emitting devices, once again, if we have earned the privilege to. As well we would be appeased to be given the privilege to say what we want if it doesn’t include any foul language related to race, gangs, looks, or religion.

To conclude, these are some of the many rights that comprise what we believe we should be given, what we are entitled to during our school day.We simply ask that we be entrusted with what we rightfully earn.

Thomas Jefferson & His Democracy: Crash Course US History #10