Grant Speaks by Ev Ehrlich

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Whether putting Generals Burnside, Hooker, and Robert E. Lee in their place, or listening to foul-mouthed General Sherman, Hiram Ulysses S. 'Useless' Grant offers an amusingly warped perspective on the Civil War.

About Ev Ehrlich

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Ehrlich is an economic advisor to several major corporations as well as to the Major League Baseball Players Association.
Published May 1, 2001 by Grand Central Publishing. 416 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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506), business failures and descent into alcoholism, greater military success as Civil War Commander of the Union Army of the Potomac, and postwar tenure as a chief executive hamstrung by widespread graft and `an endless parade of speculators, victimized Negroes, and displaced Indians.’ Ehrlich ...

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On the trail, he ingests peyote and has a spirit vision that predicts Ulysses Grant will be a great leader--but which Grant is the vision signaling?

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Ev Ehrlich’s career to date has spanned writing, US government service, consulting/advisory work with major corporations, and radio assignments on the popular American radio show “NPR Morning Edition.” Judging from his latest novel, Grant Speaks, I would urge him to drop the other pursuits and co...

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