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Fallen founder : the life of Aaron Burr / Nancy ... Read More

Isenberg, Nancy,(author.).

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Kershaw - Camden Library B BURR (Text) 33255002575182 Adult Biography Available -
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Anderson - Anderson Main Library B Burr, Aaron; Isenberg, Nancy (Text) 26069641 Adult Biography Available -
Anderson - Pendleton Branch B Burr, Aaron; Isenberg, Nancy (Text) 26146043 Adult Biography Available -
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  • ISBN: 9780670063529
  • ISBN: 0670063525
  • Physical Description: xiii, 540 pages : illustrations, maps, portraits ; ... Read More
  • Publisher: New York : Viking, [2007]

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Includes bibliographical references (p. [415]-521) ... Read More
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A man of promising parts -- To concert with my ... Read More
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This biography of the Revolutionary-era "villain" ... Read More
Subject: Burr, Aaron, 1756-1836.
Statesmen > United States > Biography.
Vice-Presidents > United States > Biography.
Soldiers > United States > Biography.
United States > History > Revolution, 1775-1783 > Biography.
United States > Politics and government > 1783-1865.
Topic Heading: Opening day collection Powdersville
Summary: This biography of the Revolutionary-era "villain" overturns every myth and image we have of him. The narrative of America's founding is filled with godlike geniuses--and then there was Aaron Burr. Generations have been told Burr was a betrayer--of Hamilton, of his country, of those with nobler ideas. All untrue: the politically aggressive Hamilton was preoccupied with Burr and subverted Burr's career at every turn for more than a decade. Historian Isenberg proves that Burr was no less a patriot and no less a principled thinker than those who debased him. He was an inspired politician who promoted decency when factionalism and ugly party politics were coalescing. He was as much an Enlightenment figure as Jefferson, and a feminist generations ahead of his time. A brilliant orator and lawyer, he was New York's attorney general, a senator, and vice president. His political assassination was accomplished by rivals who feared his power.--From publisher description.

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