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Book review: the creation of the american republic, 1776-1787, by gordon s wood. 1776: year of illusions by thomas fleming is a focused account of the turbulent year on the continent of north america mr fleming is a historical novelist and historian with special interest in the american revolution 1776: year of illusions does not pull any punches when describing the political. This paper discusses david mccullough's book 1776 about the american revolution. 1776: america and britain at war has 1 reviews and 0 ratings reviewer ishade wrote: a great book about the american revolution and the events leading up to it gives a lot of depth into some of the main players in the war. David mccullough was interviewed about his life and work as an historian and author of many publications including his most recent book, 1776.
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