James Gaines “For Liberty and Glory”
September 18th, 2007
George Washington is revered as the father of his country. He never had a son, but that hasn’t stopped many an historian from speculating that that’s why General Washington became so attached to France’s Marquis de Lafayette. a fellow patriot-citizen who played a key role in both the American and French revolutions.
Lafayette was a fellow patriot-citizen who played a key role in both the American and French revolutions.
Now historian James Gaines shows, in his book “For Liberty and Glory” why the notion of a father-son relationship is so off-the-mark.
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