Scars of Independence
Professor Holger Hoock talked about his book Scars of Independence: America’s Violent Birth, in which he argues that the Revolutionary War has been sanitized and is now devoid of the extreme violence that marked the period. In his book, the author re-examines the war and reports on the barbarous actions of both the British and Colonial armies. He spoke with Lewis Lapham. close
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Aidan Flax-Clark Manager New York Public Library->Public Programs
Holger Hoock Author
Lewis H. Lapham Founder and Editor Lapham's Quarterly
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