Thomas Jefferson Leadership
in Summary Form

“A Decalogue of Canons for Observation in Practical Life”

In 1825, at age 81, Thomas Jefferson wrote to a young boy named for him, offering a lifetime of learning, summarized in just 10 points. He called that advice “A Decalogue of Canons for Observation in Practical Life.”
Those 10 points cover personal responsibility, finances, appetites, attitudes and spee
ch.

Purchase a generic Decalogue:
– Printed on parchment paper
– Double matted, ready for framing
– Plastic wrapped to protect the surface

Two sizes, order below:
5 x 7  for  $10
8 x 10 for $20

Reward yourself or honor another
with the PERSONALIZED Decalogue
.

You specify an individual’s name to appear at the top in large print,
along with any sponsoring information, the date, and
the occasion of presentation.  Mr. Jefferson affixes his original signature.

One size, order below: 8 x 10, $30


Decalogs and Book
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