A People’s History of the American Revolution by Ray Raphael

This book was an eyeopener for me. I like to read different perspectives on historical topics. Despite the repetition in classes throughout childhood, very little is actually taught about the beginnings of the United States. It is murky and focuses mainly on a few key people. From other sources I knew their was dissension, but it tends to be glossed over. The transitions also. It makes more sense now that more gaps have been filled.

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