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    My hero!

    If you're looking for someone's thesis, look elsewhere. If you're looking for an easily understood, highly readable book on a particular aspect of Washington's work during the war, you're in the right place. There seems to always be something more to learn about him. In this case, it shows that he took the hard lessons he learned in the French and Indian War and kept working with them to provide the best intelligence to his generals. He did not always do the same for himself, and that led to his bad rap as a field commander despite his reckless bravery. This book describes quite well how Washington developed his network and utilized it, and demonstrates the effectiveness of this aspect of the war. As a former Rev War reenactor, I was delighted to be given the opportunity to read this book pre publication.

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