Thomas Jefferson was afraid of public
talking. He had horrible stage fright,
added accent marks to his copy of the
Declaration of Independence in case he
ever needed to learn it aloud, and sometimes
faked sickness to keep away from giving speeches.
He was so against public consideration
that about 20 pages into his personal
autobiography, he complains that he’s
already bored with speaking about himself. Supply Supply 2 Supply three

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