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From the Publisher"Monroe's (1758-1831) correspondence during this early period of his life is fairly sparse, so most existing letters are included here. Missing are almost all letters to or from his family, all but one passing mention of religion, and no opinion at all on the subject of slavery. His long career in public service began when he was elected to the Virginia House of Delegates in 1782, and this volume includes speeches and motions, reports and legislation he wrote, and official journal entries for his following 12 years in Virginia state politics."
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