Simón Bolívar, South American Liberator
W.W. Norton, Incorporated, 1930 - Heads of state - 294 pages
"Miss Angell's book ...represents a fresh reading of Bolívar's correspondence, and of the many chronicles and memoirs of his companions-in-arms; and by liberal quotation from these eye-witnesses she has given a faithful and lifelike picture of the Liberator and his environment. Bolívar remains the indomitable warrior, tamer of men and forger of nations, but through all the biographer's enthusiasm peer the human frailties of her subject as well."--C.H. Haring.
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ffl A POLITICAL IDEAL
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