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From the Publisher"The crown jewels of this work are the almost 150 primary source documents that are reproduced in volume 3. . . . This work covers an area where there is a paucity of information, and its scope goes beyond the Mexican-American War, making it an excellent starting point for those interested in not only the Mexican-American War but also the issues it spawned."
"Tucker's knack for skillful editing has again provided high schools and undergraduate collections with a worthy title that is both expansive in scope and expressive in style."
"This encyclopedia is recommended for high school, public library, and undergraduate collections."
"Tucker, a respected military historian and senior fellow of military history at ABC-CLIO, has assembled a group of scholars to provide greater understanding of the war and its significance for both countries. . . . The greatest strength of this encyclopedia is its third volume, which contains 146 primary source documents. Each has an introduction that places the document in its proper context. Recommended."