Ray Raphael is the author of numerous books, including A People’s History of the American Revolution and Founding Myths.
Historian Ray Raphael talked about his book Founders: The People Who Brought You a Nation (New Press; May 12, 2009). In his book he examines lesser-known participants in the founding of the United States. He profiles numerous men and women who assisted in the beginnings of the country, including political commentator and historian Mercy Otis Warren and military financier Robert Morris. He responded to questions from members of the audience.
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