Setting The Trajectory

Insights from the first decade of our Republic

I’ve been reading Joseph Ellis’ Founding Brothers, a book about the first decade of the United States. Ellis, who wrote a National Book Award-winning bio on Jefferson, did this volume as a follow up, no doubt because of his love for that period, but probably also to utilize all the research he’d dug up to produce the first book.

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An avid reader who writes about arts, culture, literature & other life obsessions. @ennyman3 Look for my books on Amazon https://tinyurl.com/y3l9sfpj

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