Book Critique Of Founding Brothers

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Founding Brothers Book Critique This non-fiction novel, Founding Brothers, written by Joseph J. Ellis, takes place after the American Revolution, which covers the incredible lives of our founding fathers and how they impacted this great nation of ours. Joseph J. Ellis begins this novel by explaining how there “…were voices back then urging prospective patriots to regard American Independence as an early version of manifest destiny.” [1] Ellis explains that they needed to be nearsighted and farsighted, while having long and short range perspectives. The story later takes us through “The Duel” between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Barr. The duel resulted in the death of Hamilton but he did not die instantly, he died in the near future after

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