The Notorious Benedict Arnold
A True Story of Adventure, Heroism, & TreacheryBook - 2010
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If Benedict Arnold had died at the Battle of Saratoga, he would have been a great American hero, celebrated for his role in winning the American Revolution. Instead, he survived—to die in shame and poverty, reviled as a traitor.
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Benedict Arnold never could stand inaction. So he decided to invade Canada. . . .
The fact that no one had told Arnold to lead the first foreign invasion in American history meant nothing to him. It was the right strategic move, and he made it.
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