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There are 8 titles in this set.
Real Revolutionaries provides a fresh look at towering figures in the founding of the United States by explaining which parts of commonly accepted history are accurate, which are exaggerated, and which obscure other important truths. Never dull and always readable, these books depict aspects of each leader's legacy that ought never be forgotten.
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Aaron Burr led a controversial life, but was this founding father really the villain history makes him out to be? From vice president to killing Alexander ...
These days it seems everyone is singing the praises of Alexander Hamilton, but what's the all the fuss about? After all, Hamilton was never a president, nor ...
Benedict Arnold may be the most prominent villain in United States history. But was he the truly evil man that American folklore has made him out to be? In the ...
Benjamin Franklin led a productive life, but is it possible his accomplishments include everything attributed to him? The answer is yes, for the most part. He ...
George Washington did not throw a silver dollar across a mile-wide river, but he did suppress the first rebellion against the government of his newly formed ...
James Madison was a man of contradictions. The fourth president of the United States was quiet but his brilliant ideas are seen throughout the Constitution and ...
John Adams was the second U.S. president, and the first to live in the White House. He hand-selected George Washington to serve as commander of the Continental ...
Thomas Jefferson set the course for a new nation ruled by and for the people. In the Declaration of Independence, his words explained that all people are ...
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