As a Jeffersonian , I was delighted to read your informative and thought-provoking article on the genuine precepts of the US Constitution and its secular roots.
Upon returning to New England after his sojourn in Virginia, Leland became increasingly involved in Jeffersonian politics, considering himself to be a champion of the people.
Under the assumptions of Jeffersonian democracy and the constraints of the Tenth Amendment, Congress has not been given the power by the people to make voting a reality for every American.
Indeed, the Jeffersonian model of religious liberty came to constitutional prominence only in the 1940s, and then largely at the behest of the United States Supreme Court.
I'm a Jeffersonian libertarian, so I support public education - I don't think you can have a functioning republic for very long without it.