Richard Brookhiser 

Mr. Morris, alone among the founding fathers, thought that his private life was as important as his public life. Being a gentleman mattered as much as being a great man. His conduct, from his teens on, is marked by courage, courtesy, and warmth – by affection for his friends, sympathy for the afflicted, and disdain for bullies.

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