History of the United States

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History of the United States
Introduction
Founding Brothers: The Revolutionary Generation’ was written by Ellis, John Joseph and published by Vintage publishers in 2002. The book covers a total 304 pages and tells the story of the lives of American founders Aaron burr, Alexander Hamilton, John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, James Madison, Thomas Jefferson and George Washington. To Ellis these figures represented, ???America’s first and, in many respects, its only natural aristocracy’ (13). John Ellis focused on six separate moments which exemplified the most important issues that faced the young nation, which include Burr and Hamilton’s duel and what may have conspired. Secondly, Madison, Hamilton and Jefferson’s secret diner, in which the permanent seat’s capital was determined in exchange of the financial plan by Hamilton. Thirdly, the author explored Franklin’s petition concerning the ending of slavery and Madison’s efforts to overturn this petition. Fourthly, Washington’s farewell party in which he announced his retirement, and Adam’s troubled term and his scheme to have his son succeed him. Finally, the book looked at Jefferson and Adams’ correspondence which they used to make comparisons of their views of the revolution………..ORDER NOW……http://unimasteressays.com/order/
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