The Founding Brothers in Person

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History

 

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Rebecca H

 

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July 21, 2013

 

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University

 

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In his book The Founding Brothers, Joseph Ellis enlightens his readers about an age in American history dominated by men who struggled throughout their entire lives to help the infantile and delicate Union overcome its initial obstacles on the path to becoming the greatest of world powers. Ellis uses primary sources such as autobiographies, letters and newspaper articles to eloquently describe this nation's first decade of existence; a decade with possibly the greatest leaders and statesmen ever to guide this country throughout its history...
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George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, James Madison, Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr each play essential roles, as their lives all intertwined while in the midst of founding the American Republic. Ellis manages to transcend the stigma often given to history books by using primary sources and in-depth character development of seven great men to tell this very important story on a more personal level, while at the same time still achieving the goal of giving over the all the essential historical facts...
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