Founding Brothers: The Revolutionary Generation is a work of historical non-fiction about the founding fathers of the United States, their relationships and their political compromises. The book examines Washington, Adams, Jefferson, Hamilton and Madison, telling of their decision not to abolish slavery, their secret negotiations about the establishment of Washington DC, the duel between Hamilton and Burr, and the relationships between Abigail and John Adams and between John Adams and Jefferson.

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