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John P. Kaminski
The first chapbook in the series is George Washington: “The Man of the Age.” One reviewer of the chapbook described it as “an absolutely delightful reading experience. Just the right combination of ‘light touch’ and serious engagement with the issues. The judicious selection of quotations from friends and fellow revolutionaries really gave a superb picture of the man. So I can truly say that Washington came alive for me as he hasn’t really in any other book or account before. The amazing thing is that, despite the fact that the piece is so short, it probably gave me a better sense of the man than anything else before.”