Coming this summer! Angry Mobs and Founding Fathers: The Fight for Control of the American Revolution

Introducing to you my newest book, coming out this summer:

Angry Mobs and Founding Fathers:
The Fight for Control of the American Revolution

Angry mobs launched the American Revolution when they protested against British acts of tyranny. These rebels threatened, harassed, and chased away British officials and Loyalists. The Founding Fathers agreed with the goals of these Patriots, but not with their methods. Fearing anarchy, the Founders channeled the passions of the mobs toward independence. Working together, the angry mobs and Founding Fathers defeated the mighty British army and won independence, but the new nation that emerged was anarchic and chaotic, much like the angry mobs themselves. Meeting behind closed doors, the Founding Fathers conspired to depose the Confederation government, wrote a new constitution, and created the world’s most successful republic. Angry Mobs and Founding Fathers tells the little-known story of how these two groups fought for control of the American Revolution.

* Details subject to change prior to publication.

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4 responses to “Coming this summer! Angry Mobs and Founding Fathers: The Fight for Control of the American Revolution

  1. Congratulations, Michael. I hope your book is a big success. When it is translated into Spanish, let me know so I can look for it here in Venezuela.

  2. I live here, Michael, and you should here what I have said and written about Hugo. Seriously, I hope some day I am able to read your books. But it would almost have to be a Spanish translation. Not many English language books for sale down here.

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