Benedict Arnold: patriot and traitor

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Dorset Press, 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 667 pages
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User Review  - HMGThomas - LibraryThing

Benedict Arnold is not all we were taught he was; he was a patriot. Traitor? Not so sure. He certainly was denied by the newly formed United States and spurned by England. BTW - he didn't "give" West Point up to the British. He did get screwed over by history. Read full review

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An extremely brave and competent general, Arnold was not easy to get along with and therefore alienated the politicians who could have mentored him. His actions of leading from the front allowed him ... Read full review

Contents

THE GREATEST CONFUSION AND ANARCHY
84
WE ARE MASTERS OF THE LAKE
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THE CANADIANS WILL BE PLEASED
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