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Brian HallNathaniel Philbrick's new book, The Last Stand, is popular history, and it's not fair to expect him to bring new evidence to light…The only fair questions are whether his account is well researched, his judgments reasonable and his writing engaging. The answers are yes, yes and yes. Moreover, the book is a model of organization, with lots of maps and photographs and extensive endnotes properly delineating Philbrick's sources much more clearly than is usual in this kind of work.
—The Washington Post