By Karen T. Westermann
-- Compelling pix of yankee history's so much extraordinary female and male leaders -- comprises informative sidebars -- fascinating, easy-to-understand content material -- enhances college curriculum information the lifetime of John Peter Zenger, who confronted many trials and hardships as writer of the magazine.
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