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"A robust finishing that explains how the event with the Barbary states forced many american citizens to seem inward . . . with expanding doubts in regards to the establishment of slavery." —David W. Lesch, Middle East Journal
"Allison's incisive and informative account of the fledgling republic's stumble upon with the Muslim international is a revelation with a different pertinence to cutting-edge foreign scene." —Richard W. Bulliet, Journal of Interdisciplinary History
"This ebook could be extensively learn. . . . Allison's examine presents a context for knowing more moderen advancements, reminiscent of America's tendency to demonize figures like Iran's Khumaini, Libya's Qaddafi, and Iraq's Saddam." —Richard M. Eaton, Eighteenth Century Studies
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