Hostile Fire by Philip Bigler
The Life & Death of First Lieutenant Sharon Lane

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Philip Bigler is currently serving as the Director of the James Madison Center at James Madison University. The Center serves as a repository for information and materials concerning the nation%u2019s 4th President and Federalist Period. Through the Donald Robertson Project, the Center works closely with K-12 educators and pre-service teachers. Each year, it co-sponsors the Virginia Teachers of Promise Institute, which pairs award-winning educators with novice teachers from the Commonwealth%u2019s 37 teacher-accrediting institutions and provides a high quality in-service experience. Philip continues to teach courses in both history and teacher education. He has recently completed his sixth book, Liberty and Learning: the Essential James Madison. Be A Teacher, which is published by Vandamere Press. A veteran educator, Philip Bigler taught history and humanities in the public schools for over 23 years. He is widely recognized for his creativity in the classroom and his innovative methods. In 1998, Mr. Bigler was named the 1998 National Teacher of the Year in a Rose Garden ceremony hosted by then President, Bill Clinton. He holds BA and M.Ed. degrees from JMU and a MA from the College of William and Mary.
 
Published July 1, 1996 by Vandamere Pr. 192 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Travel. Non-fiction

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The larger events of those times–the American political scene, the progress of the war, the geopolitical maneuverings–are deftly woven into the story of Lane's middle-class American life, showing how an average individual can be swept up in the tide of history.

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