Arguably, no other revolution in history has enjoyed such a brilliant gallery of thinkers as the one that led to the founding of the United States. America’s Founding Fathers is centered on the personal philosophies, opinions, thoughts, witticisms, and feelings of the exemplary men who founded our nation.
This book gathers together the founding fathers' best quotations on a variety of subjects including life, love, marriage, family, children, religion, patriotism, sacrifice, law, professionalism, medicine, public health, education, money, “modern” society, the Revolutionary War, humor, and death.
Colleagues and rivals, friends and enemies, the eight founding fathers—Benjamin Franklin, George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, Benjamin Rush, and Thomas Paine—here provide their views on subjects as relevant now as ever.
Bill Adler (1956–2014) was a longtime writer and literary agent. Four of his books were New York Times Bestsellers, including The Kennedy Wit and Who Killed the Robins Family? He also edited The Quotable Giuliani: The Mayor of America in His Own Words and America's First Ladies: Their Uncommon Wisdom, from Martha Washington to Laura Bush.