The Strange Death Of Silas Deane Analysis

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The viewpoints posed within The Strange Death of Silas Deane appear to me one perspective. There seems to be a lot going on at the time. The writer appears to have eliminated what I found interesting information contained on the Primary Source Investigator CD. Leaving out of additional facts limits the reader from drawing an objective perspective on what occurred. The letters that Silas Deane wrote to his wife, Elizabeth, and his brother, Simeon, both cast shadows on the original writing. In it, Silas explains the transactions that occurred. He tells Simeon of how he tried righting false recounts by Mr. Searle. It appears to me that Mr. Searle had a political agenda by giving these accounts. It seemed too coincidental that shortly after

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