The Price of Independence: A Realistic View of the American Revolution

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Contents
Rash Incursion3
The War Within18
Disabilities of Congress36
Inglorious General56
Anti-Washington Clique71
Money Troubles86
The Soldier and His Arms113
The Hardest Winters129
The Sick and Wounded143
Prisoners of War167
Treason185
Mutiny204
Hirelings224
Broken Engagement241
Flaming Frontiers252
Fire and Sword on the Connecticut Coast275
Burden of Command289
Restless Camp313
Vexation at Paris331
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY349
INDEX359

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword vii
  • Contents 1
  • Rash Incursion 3
  • The War Within 18
  • Disabilities of Congress 36
  • Inglorious General 56
  • Anti-Washington Clique 71
  • Money Troubles 86
  • The Soldier and His Arms 113
  • The Hardest Winters 129
  • The Sick and Wounded 143
  • Prisoners of War 167
  • Treason 185
  • Mutiny 204
  • Hirelings 224
  • Broken Engagement 241
  • Flaming Frontiers 252
  • Fire and Sword on the Connecticut Coast 275
  • Burden of Command 289
  • Restless Camp 313
  • Vexation at Paris 331
  • Selected Bibliography 349
  • Index 359
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