Late in 1776, George Washington led a bold attack on the British at Trenton. The victory had an immediate effect on the morale of a newly forged nation.
On Independence Day, historian David McCullough talks with Neal Conan about his book, 1776.
- Schama's Revolutionary Tale: 'Rough Crossings'
- Reduced Shakespeare Company's American History
- 'Rough Crossings': Slaves and the Revolution
- 'Iron Tears,' a British View of American Revolution
- Slate's History Book Blitz: '1776' as History and Myth
- McCullough Web Site
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