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[r]epublican Ceramic Coffee Mug

Spark freedom inspired conversations anywhere with this [r]epublican coffee mug.

[r]epublican Ceramic Coffee Mug

Price: $8.99 We're sorry, it looks like we've sold out of this item porarily

Having this [r]epublican coffee mug on your desk or in your office will surely get the Freedom conversations going.

Ceramic Latte/Coffee Mug Specs:

  • smooth molded ceramic composite
  • glossy vibrant color exterior finish
  • high curved grip for easy grab-n-go handling
  • 13oz unique latte shape mug

(SHIPPING NOTICE:  We will NOT be responsible for broken coffee mugs if shipped with USPS!  We WILL replace broken mugs if shipped with FedEx as they guarantee safe delivery!!!  PLEASE BE AWARE!)


Jefferson’s Definition of [r]epulicanism in this letter to John Taylor:
Monticello May 28, 1816
You have successfully and completely pulverized Mr. Adams’ system of orders, and his opening the mantle of republicanism to every government of laws, whether consistent or not with natural right. Indeed, it must be acknowledged, that the term republic is of very vague application in every language. Witness the self-styled republics of Holland, Switzerland, Genoa, Venice, Poland. Were I to assign to this term a precise and definite idea, I would say, purely and simply, it means a government by its citizens in mass, acting directly and personally, according to rules established by the majority; and that every other government is more or less republican, in proportion as it has in its composition more or less of this ingredient of the direct action of the citizens. Such a government is evidently restrained to very narrow limits of space and population. I doubt if it would be practicable beyond the extent of a New England township.”

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