"....in our particular superstition of Christianity......". Love that phrase! Jefferson understood that it is only one of many human-invented superstitions that have been followed throughout the history of human-kind.
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But just remember that people being afraid of tomatoes actually had a very valid reason. From what we know now, back then many people's dishes were made out of substances known to be toxic (like lead). The acid in tomatoes and certain other foods would cause small amounts of the toxic substance to come off into the food and would LITERALLY KILL PEOPLE. Since not all foods did this, people assumed that it was the food and not the dishes that were harmful...<<<ok
Fake. It appears in none of Jefferson's works. The earliest known appearance in print: 1914, earliest known appearance in print, attributed to Thomas Jefferson: 1994. http://www.monticello.org/site/jefferson/when-government-fears-people-there-libertyquotation