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A Founding Father, a patriot in the Revolutionary War, a delegate from Virginia to the Constitutional Convention, and one of the driving forces behind the creation of the U.S. Bill of Rights, George Mason (1725-1792) worked passionately and diligently throughout his life, both as a private citizen and as a public servant, to ensure that government protected the inherent rights of the people. The Five George Masons, first published in 1975, provides a comprehensive overview of five generations of the Mason family, beginning with George Mason I, who fled England following the defeat of the Royalists at the second battle of Worcester in 1651, arriving in the Colony of Virginia in the early 1650s. Central to this volume, of course, is George Mason IV, who, while less celebrated than his fellow Virginians George Washington and Thomas Jefferson, was one of America'apos;s outstanding thinkers, legislators, and writers; his ideals and legacy endure to this day.This second edition includes a new foreword as well as color photos and maps, while faithfully reproducing the original edition'apos;s unique genealogical charts of the Mason family. In tracing the family history of the Masons, the book provides important context for understanding the life and work of George Mason IV, who wrote: 'quot;All men are by nature equally free and inde¬pendent, and have certain inherent rights.'quot; The Five George Masons serves as a uniquely valuable resource for histo¬rians, educators, genealogists, and all those interested in the history of Virginia and the early United States.Distributed for the George Mason University Press

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Início da Venda 08/03/2016
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Cód. Barras 9781942695011
Ano da Publicação 2016