"A very readable and provocative tale of early Franco-American relations that will please some and infuriate others."
—John Buchanan, author of The Road to Valley Forge: How Washington Built the Army That Won the Revolution
"Harlow Unger has written an amazing tour de force revealing France's two-faced role in the American Revolution and the early Republic. The book also has enormous relevance for contemporary politics. Don't miss it."
—Thomas Fleming, author of Liberty!: The American Revolution
Praise for Lafayette
"Harlow Unger has cornered the market on muses to emerge as America's most readable historian. His new biography of the Marquis de Lafayette combines a thoroughgoing account of the age of revolution, a probing psychological study of a complex man, and a literary style that goes down like cream."
—Florence King, Contributing Editor, National Review
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He exaggerates French threats (which often were no more than wishful thinking), implies the worst about French behavior and casts the French people in an unflattering light: ""certifiably insane,"" the ""French hordes"" commit ""vile treachery."" In the present climate, there is likely an audienc...| Read Full Review of The French War Against Americ...
He begins "The French War Against America" with an examination of French attitudes towards America after the Seven Years War in 1763.Sep 01 2005 | Read Full Review of The French War Against Americ...