Comparing Thomas Jefferson And Mercy Otis Warren

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Both Thomas Jefferson and Mercy Otis Warren were prominent figures in the development of the Constitution of the United States,however, both had distinctly different styles of writing. In Jefferson’s Notes on the State of Virginia and Warren’s An Address to the Inhabitants of the United States, both discuss and address their different audiences by taking unique approaches in discussing the future and present states of the newly formed nation. Jefferson’s writing takes a critically scientific approach that is meant to be concise and exact. This style in part revolves around the audience to whom he addresses, this audience happens to be a French politician, François Barbé-Marbois. Jefferson’s notes are almost the opposite style of Mercy Otis

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