Books by John Tebbel

Released: July 4, 1993

"Not quite the bottom-rail view of history to which it aspires, nor as revisionist as it hopes—but often vividly impressionistic. (Four maps)"
Based largely on eyewitness accounts, this reconstruction of ``the best known and least understood major event in our history'' depicts the American Revolution not as a rational movement based on Locke's ideas—but as a conflict buffeted by the passions of unruly men. Read full book review >
Released: July 1, 1991

"Knows God."
Scholarly survey of the magazine in America since pre-Ben Franklin days, a survey Tebbel did earlier for book publishing (Between Covers, 1986). Read full book review >