After the Fact: The Surprising Fates of American History's Heroes, Villains, and Supporting Characters
“Where Are They Now?” meets History 101.
We’re all familiar with the seminal events and key players in our nation’s history. But what about the lives lived after the fact?
Picking up where traditional histories leave off, After the Fact uncovers the telling details of history’s most compelling subplots:
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