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What's George Washington's legacy? A military historian answers.

While it was bitter and bloody, the American battle for independence didn’t descend into atrocities and chaos like so many revolutions before it. What was different this time around? The man in charge, a new book says. In , military historian Robert O’Connell explores how the first U.S. president’s commitment to decency in war and

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