Glen Edward Taul

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The Age of Revolutions: And the Generations Who Made It

A well-researched, well-written, and thoughtful presentation that asserts that revolutionaries were challenged by creating and sustaining mass political movements. Give to readers curious about world history and current affairs.

Light of the Word: How Knowing the History of the Bible Illuminates Our Faith

Best for readers interested in the historical context of biblical scripture and evangelical beliefs.

The Vice President’s Black Wife: The Untold Life of Julia Chinn

This book not only focuses on Chinn, but it also presents a complex, contested view of the social and moral ecology of the antebellum South and the nation. Myers extends that story to discuss current racial issues.

MacArthur Reconsidered: A New Look at the Supreme Commander at War

This well-researched, well-written military-history title will draw general readers, especially ones interested in the history of World War II and the Korean War. It will also benefit historians looking for a different interpretation of MacArthur’s role in those conflicts.

Centering Jesus: How the Lamb of God Transforms Our Communities, Ethics, and Spiritual Lives

Christians who consider themselves evangelical will especially be drawn to this title that focuses on Christian discipleship and spiritual growth for troubled times.

Feeding Washington’s Army: Surviving the Valley Forge Winter of 1778

Impeccably researched, this is a needed addition to the story of the war for independence.

A Brave and Cunning Prince

A fascinating narrative of intrigue, shifting alliances, and betrayal. Horn’s detailed biography properly places Opechancanough in the context of history.

George Washington’s Final Battle: The Epic Struggle To Build a Capital City and a Nation

Aside from the idealization of Washington and some prominent historians, this is an informative narrative of the contested founding of the nation’s capital for both general readers and academics.

Fourteenth Colony: The Forgotten Story of the Gulf South During America’s Revolutionary Era

An excellent, well-researched introduction to a long-forgotten British colony of America’s Revolutionary era; for general readers.

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