SCARS OF INDEPENDENCE: America's Violent Birth
In a deeply researched and elegantly woven account of America's founding, Hoock writes the violence back into the story of the Revolution. He argues that the conflict was not the high-minded, principle-driven battle of conventional belief, but a bloody civil war with a rippling impact that we've only just begun to understand. Illus.
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