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he did not attend the Constitutional Convention!

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Thomas Jefferson did not do anything at the Constitutional convention because he did not attend it. He was serving as Ambassador to France at the time and was in Paris.


Thomas Jefferson was unable to attend the constitutional convention because he was on a diplomatic assignment in France.


Thomas Jefferson was busy at the time as the US minister to France.


Patrick Henry, Thomas Jefferson, and John Adams.



Patrick Henry, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams,



Patrick Henry and Thomas Jefferson are actually examples of two prominent Founding Fathers who did not attend the Constitutional Convention. Patrick Henry, a staunch supporter of states' rights, declined to attend. Thomas Jefferson was in Europe at the time.


With the exception of Rhode Island, it was the original states, collectively, that chose the delegates to attend the Constitutional Convention. Several prominent Founding Fathers were not able to attend, such as Thomas Jefferson.


Those not present at the Constitutional Convention were Patrick Henry, Samuel Adams, John Adams, and Thomas Jefferson.



Thomas Jefferson and Patrick Henry. Also, Rhode Islands delegates did not attend.


John Adams and Thomas Jefferson are two examples of prominent Founding Fathers who did not attend the Constitutional Convention. Jefferson and Adams were serving as ambassadors at the time, to Paris and London, respectively.


James MadisonJohn Adams.Thomas Jefferson.It was either - Patrick Henery or Thomas Jefferson


Thomas Jefferson, away in Paris; Patrick Henry, who "smelt a rat".


Thomas Paine declined the invitation to attend the Constitutional Convention. He did not believe in a strong central government that the new Constitution would enact.


Three founding father that did not attend the constitutional convention were Richard H. Lee, Patrick Henry, and Thomas Jefferson. Also John Adams, Samuel Adams, and John Hancock didn't attend either.


did not attend the constitutionthomas Jefferson, Patrick Henry, john Adams, thomas Paine, and several more! (Charles Townshend)The answer above is correct but could be improved by adding that the State of Rhode Island did not attend the Constitutional Convention because IRS leaders opposed a stronger central government.



Patrick Henry, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson did not attend because the dis approved of the Consitution because it didn't give enough power to the states.


Patrick Henry did not attend the Constitutional Convention .


Rhode Island did not attend the Constitutional Convention.



John Adams, Patrick Henry, and Thomas Jefferson were a few of the important Founding Fathers who weren't present at the Constitutional Convention. John Adams and Thomas Jefferson were overseas, and Patrick Henry refused to attend because he "smelt a rat" and didn't trust the intentions of his fellow delegates.


Yes, Benjamin Franklin did attend the Constitutional Convention.



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