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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 30, 2011

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    what our founders gave to sign the constitution

    "signing their rights away" is very hard to put down. the writers have done alot of amazing research on our founders who signed the constitution and put it together and each chapter in this little book gives a small bio of each signer and what happened to them at the end of their life and what they gave for their country and what they gave for signing the constitution few people know that most of the founding fathers it cost them every thing. this is an amazing book it is a great gift idea.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 7, 2011

    New American History from Kurman and D'Agnese

    "Signing their Rights Away: The Fame and Misfortune of the Men Who Signed the United States Constitution" is a great witty, historically accurate, succinct follow-up to the same authors' "Signing Their Lives Away, the Fame and Misfortune of the Men Who Signed the Declaration of Independence". Buy it even if you don't have a grandchild or child in elemntary, middle or high-school. I have sent a link to the You-tube promotional video "They[re patriots not Zombies" to my granddaughter's 8th grade history teacher in hopes the class will be able to do a Skype interview with the authors. If you missed D'Agnese's book "Blockhead, the Life of Fibonacci" be advised it was a great hit with 3rd graders.

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