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Rogues' Gallery: America's Foes from George III to Saddam Hussein

Rogues' Gallery: America's Foes from George III to Saddam Hussein

by Larry C. Hedrick

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Popular writer Hedrick depicts the history of America's wars as a series of duels between the American people and the leaders of opposing nations rather than the more traditional (and rational) view of them as conflicts between rival states and societies. Hedrick uses a fairly dramatic style to present his biographies of Santa Anna, Kaiser Wilhelm, and others, but the content does not quite measure up to the writing. As a result, this book hardly merits consideration by academic libraries, though public libraries may wish to consider as a supplement or curiosity.-- John R. Vallely, Siena Coll. Lib., Loudonville, N.Y.
Throughout our history, dictators and tyrants have looked at America's success with both awe and loathing. In this entertaining and enlightening book, the author looks into the minds of some of America's foes. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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Potomac Books, Inc.
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