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King Hancock: The Radical Influence of a Moderate Founding Father

by Brooke Barbier

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"Today John Hancock is known for his signature, but during the Revolutionary Era, he was famed for his statesmanship. Brooke Barbier explores Hancock's position as a committed revolutionary who nonetheless understood the value of compromise. By shunning political extremes, Hancock became hugely influential in the infant United States"--… (more)
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"Today John Hancock is known for his signature, but during the Revolutionary Era, he was famed for his statesmanship. Brooke Barbier explores Hancock's position as a committed revolutionary who nonetheless understood the value of compromise. By shunning political extremes, Hancock became hugely influential in the infant United States"--

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