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Each title presents a pivotal episode from the subject's life, looks back to his formative years, develops his story, and wraps up by suggesting the impact that the individual has had on American history. The books each have five chapters with full-page sidebars. These thin volumes are densely packed with boring text and captions and average-quality color photos that are framed with scrolls. While it might be a bit of a challenge to find another stand-alone title on Zenger-Karen T. Westermann's John Peter Zenger: Free Press Advocate (Chelsea House, 2000) is one-consider these books supplemental purchases; if they leave the shelves at all, it will likely be just as bibliography fillers.
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