Founding Brothers: The Revolutionary Generation
In this landmark work of history, the National Book Award—winning author of American Sphinx explores how a group of greatly gifted but deeply flawed individuals–Hamilton, Burr, Jefferson, Franklin, Washington, Adams, and Madison–confronted the overwhelming challenges before them to set the course fo...
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Founding Brothers || the first Americans...
Engaging story of the men who envisioned a common future, and crafted the means to achieve it, from a mish-mash of personalities and discordant goals. An important story well told. ...It is customary to refer to the 'Founding Fathers' when speaking of the men who precipitated, org...
Insight into America's Shaky First Years
Recommended as an important read in understanding American history. This particular book was quite short in comparison to the vast amount that could be articulated from...
Ellis' Founding Brothers: Read and Become a Master of Post-Revolution America
I would recommend Founding Brothers because the information that one learns while reading the novel is priceless. As an American history buff, passing Founding Brothers in my local Barnes & Noble would surely yield...
Solid Work on the Founding Era with Some Flaws
Yes, even non-academics should find this book interesting. Written as a series of vignettes with an underlying theme, Founding Brothers offers insight into the...
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Pros: Smartly written; engaging and challenging; you will be a smarter citizen at the end.
Cons: No pictures. OK ...it is pretty much complete as is.
Pros: Engaging, decent length, informative
Cons: None for me
Pros: intriguing information, in-depth characterization, different viewpoints of issues are explained
Cons: no written connection to modern society, some dull parts
Pros: Solid and unique analysis.
Cons: Uneven in parts.