Washington: The Indispensable Man

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Penguin Group USA, Apr 3, 1984 - Biography & Autobiography - 448 pages
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Captures the essence of Washington's career and character by recounting his life and examining his frailties, triumphs, ambitions, and ideals

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User Review  - Jarratt - LibraryThing

"Washington: The Indispensable Man" is full of great information. Based on the author's 4-volume set (!) this covers the main points of most of Washington's life. Unfortunately, I found a good bit of ... Read full review

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User Review  - LisaMaria_C - LibraryThing

In his bibliography in the back, Flexner divides published biographies of Washington into "three major categories--the historically sound, the goody-goody, and the debunking." Flexner's four volume ... Read full review


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A National Book Award Laureate; Recipient of a Special Pulitzer Prize Citation; Winner of the Society of American Historians' Parkman Prize, the Gold Medal of the American Academy of Arts and Letters for "Eminence in Biography

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