With a nation plunged into the War of 1812, a Federalist editor named Alexander Hanson risked his life to defend a newspaper that dared express unpopular views. His words provoked a violent standoff that crippled the city of Baltimore and left Hanson beaten within a inch of his life. The author's history of this event offers a riveting lesson in liberty. Illus.
Publisher: History Press
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 2945959
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