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Terry Golway

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Washington's General: Nathanael Greene and the Triumph of the American Revolution (2006)
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Nathanael Greene was one of George Washington's most trusted subordinates. This book does a signal job in describing why this was the case and why Greene deserved this trust. Greene was a most unlikely military leader. He was a complete amateur, coming into the military with very little martial b...
Machine Made: Tammany Hall and the Creation of Modern American Politics
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For William M. Tweed—and for many other young men in New York in the years before the Civil War—the firehouse was a finishing school in the fine art of local politics, for it was there that he learned how to command, how to cultivate alliances, and how to manipulate the system. As the elected lea...
Washington's General (2005)
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It is all over!” While there could be little doubt how the war would end, it was not, in fact, over. The British held Savannah and Charleston, along with New York. Bitterness and hatred still ruled the southern backcountry, where no diplomats in powdered wigs and fine clothes could broker peace b...
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