James Monroe: the Quest for National Identity

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McGraw-Hill, 1971 - Presidents - 706 pages
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Documents the career of the fifth president noting his contributions to American diplomacy and nationalism. Bibliog.

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A biography of James Monroe who became the fifth president of the United States in 1816. Ammon recreates his remarkable career, through his service in the revolutionary army, the Confederation Congress, to his exertions in James Madison's cabinet and his subsequent presidency. Read full review

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James Monroe was the last of the Revolutionary Presidents. He served the United States during the War of Independence being wounded while scouting for the Battle Trenton, and during Washington's ... Read full review

Contents

YOUTH AND EDUCATION
1
AIDE TO LORD STIRLING
15
POLITICAL APPRENTICESHIP
29
Copyright

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