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THE best written book on the revolution that should be the one first read on the subject. It is so interesting that one could not help but read more on the great American story.Published 1 day ago by William R. Patterson
McCullough...how could you go wrong? Great story, well told. If your only concept of the US Army is how it is now or perhaps how it was in Vietnam, here's an unvarnished look at... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Dave Mason
A wonderful, detailed discussion of the first year of the war. Only problem with this book is it was too short, I want the subsequent years as well. Read morePublished 3 days ago by sam mad
Answers many questions concerning the beginning battles of our revolution.Published 8 days ago by Gary L. Spooner
The quality of the documents is astonishing! The price I paid was an incredible bargain.Published 10 days ago by Jordan Wouk
I wanted more. The title says it all, it only covers the American revolution in 1776, but it was so beautifully written and fast paced that I didn't want the book - or the story -... Read morePublished 11 days ago by nom de plume
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I was struck by McCullough's description of pro- and anti-war voices in England. They sound much as they do today, don't they? I suppose all wars have essentially the same debate, varying only by which side is being discussed(i.e., which state, aggressor or aggrieved?).
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