Abigail Adams: A Biography

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St. Martin's Press, 1987 - Presidents - 575 pages
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The definitive and probing biography of one of America's most fascinating women, the wife of one president and mother of another and a keen observer of her times with the major persons of her day--Washington, Franklin, Jefferson, and others. 8 pages of black and white photographs.

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Levin promises to reconstruct the complex character of Abigail Adams: a champion of women's rights and a keen political observer who nonetheless felt that a woman's role properly revolved around the ... Read full review

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