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    • by Beryl Franklin
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      The book’s content was useful in giving the reader a basic understanding of who were the movers and shakers at the beginning of our countries inception. It is not, by

      no means a definitive study of the times but does provide a framework for future exploration. A good easy read but he tends to concentrate a little to heavily ...

      • on the duel between Hamilton and Aaron Burr; an important occasion at the birth of our country but for a brief history much could have been left out with no
        detriment to the book. This is a highly recommended book for any beginning student of United States history as it provides an encapsulated view of events at the beginning of our nation.

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