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The Cousins' Wars: Religion, Politics, Civil Warfare, And The Triumph Of Anglo-America Paperback – 1999
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I recommend the book to those who want to look at these wars, and the relationship between the USA and the UK, in a new light. The conclusions are eye-opening and thought provoking. But the path to getting to those conclusions is a tough one, so I do not recommend this book to those who read history as a happy diversion from daily routine.
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Ponderous to the point of being unreadable. Historical nonfiction at it's worst.Published 3 days ago by Terrell A. Allen
An interesting book on the previous wars in England prior the war that brought about our country's freedom in the Revolutionary war. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Dan Wilson
The title says it all! Religion and war are intertwined in our history and are "The anvil on which some of the most lasting arrangements have been forged. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Charles Walbridge
This is a profound summary of three wars fought over three centuries by the same people groups. The book has not enough of the history of the first war. Read morePublished 9 months ago by sue
This book is written very poorly as opposed to other of Phillips' books. It is tendentious, overly repetative and I couldn't finish it I got so bored towards the end. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Phyllis G. Chadwick