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This straddles the line between dry scholarship and folksy reminiscence pretty well. There's enough of each to keep you reading.Published 1 month ago by Mark J. Spearin
Subtitled the man who killed slavery, sparked the civil war and seeded civil rights.
It makes a good case for all claims, not least because it examines all points of view,... Read more
This book seems to slant towards John Brown's unwavering devotion to not only ending slavery, but seeing slaves as equals, a man far ahead of his time. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Cynthia Woods
This is one of the most underrated white guys in history. Any Black studies that teaches about slavery must have this kind of material in it. Read morePublished 9 months ago by A'Jamal Byndon
As a descendant of slaves I find the reviews that depict John Brown as a terrorist as a devaluation of my ancestors. Read morePublished 9 months ago by David Kahn
Everything and more you wanted to know about John Brown. John Brown's fanaticism reminds me of today's Ted Cruz. Except Ted Cruz would like to bring slavery back to America.Published 9 months ago by SoberMoney
Great for anyone who wants to understand history -- as in WHY was the Harpers Ferry raid so important. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Linda Kress