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Founding fathers the men who shaped our nation and changed the world /

"Gain a fascinating, engagingly intimate glimpse behind the iconic images on the marble busts and the noble faces gazing out from our dollar bills and pocket change. And discover the remarkable, unseen private sides of the men who risked their reputations, fortunes, and lives for the cause of American independence"--Container.

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  • "In 1776, rebels make their final break with Britain. Pt. 3 shows Thomas Jefferson's involvement in this final break, George Washington's first campaigns and Ben Franklin's own son's arrest for plotting to aid the enemy. Pt. 4 covers the final defeat of British forces, James Madison becoming the "father of the Constitution", Thomas Jefferson maintaining vital ties with the French and George Washington becoming the first American president."
  • ""Gain a fascinating, engagingly intimate glimpse behind the iconic images on the marble busts and the noble faces gazing out from our dollar bills and pocket change. And discover the remarkable, unseen private sides of the men who risked their reputations, fortunes, and lives for the cause of American independence"--Container."@en
  • ""Gain a fascinating, engagingly intimate glimpse behind the iconic images on the marble busts and the noble faces gazing out from our dollar bills and pocket change. And discover the remarkable, unseen private sides of the men who risked their reputations, fortunes, and lives for the cause of American independence"--Container."
  • "Reveals who the United States founding fathers were, discussing their roles in founding the nation, but also who they were outside of politics and government."@en
  • "Pt. 1 shows how the unique personalities of Sam Adams and John Hancock combined to help lead America towards democracy. Pt. 2 covers the aftermath of British tax levies and the Boston Massacre. Patrick Henry makes the first open "call to arms"; Benjamin Franklin desperately attempts to patch things up with King George; George Washington maneuvers for command of rebel forces; and Thomas Paine publishes "Common Sense.""

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  • "Biography."
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  • "Historical television programs."@en
  • "Nonfiction television programs."@en
  • "Documentary television programs."@en
  • "Video recordings for the hearing impaired."@en

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  • "Founding fathers :"
  • "Founding fathers the men who shaped our nation and changed the world /"@en
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