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146 Robert Middlekauff, George Washington's Revolution: What drove George Washington to become a Patriot during the American Revolution? How did he overcome the ill-trained and inexperienced troops, inadequate pay, and supply problems that plagued the Continental Army to win the War for American...

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What drove George Washington to become a Patriot during the American Revolution? How did he overcome the ill-trained and inexperienced troops, inadequate pay, and supply problems that plagued the Continental Army to win the War for American Independence? Robert Middlekauff, professor emeritus of colonial and early United States history at the University of California, Berkeley, reveals the answers to these questions as we explore details from his book Washington’s Revolution: The Making of America’s First Leader. This episode originally posted as Episode 026. Show Notes: https://www.benfranklinsworld.com/146   Sponsor Links Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture The Octo Doing History: To the Revolution! Series Episode 130: Paul Revere's Ride Through History Episode 141: A Declaration in Draft "Dartmouth College and Canada: The Problem of National Historiographies," Borealia: A Group Blog on Early Canadian History "Era of Good Feelings Roundtable," U.S. Intellectual History Blog   Complementary Episodes Episode 033: Douglas Bradburn, George Washington & His Library Episode 061: Edward Larson, George Washington in Retirement Episode 065: Alexander Rose, Washington’s Spies Episode 074: Mary Wigge, Martha Washington Episode 137: Erica Dunbar, The Washingtons’ Runaway Slave, Ona Judge   Helpful Show Links Ben Franklin's World Facebook Page Join the Ben Franklin's World Community Sign-up for the Franklin Gazette Newsletter Ben Franklin's World iOS App Ben Franklin's World Android App   *Books purchased through this link will help support the production of Ben Franklin's World.

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