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Benedict Arnold Master of the American Rebellion: Greatest and Most Important Person in the History of the World Ellis Warren Drewery

Benedict Arnold Master of the American Rebellion: Greatest and Most Important Person in the History of the World

Ellis Warren Drewery

Published April 9th 2012
ISBN : 9781475039856
Paperback
390 pages
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The American Rebellion - Utopia Lost _____ America and England owe Benedict Arnold the ultimate apology for their most tragic ordeal and greatest mistake in the history of the world _____ BENEDICT ARNOLD and DR. JOSEPH WARREN, were the unintentionalMoreThe American Rebellion - Utopia Lost _____ America and England owe Benedict Arnold the ultimate apology for their most tragic ordeal and greatest mistake in the history of the world _____ BENEDICT ARNOLD and DR. JOSEPH WARREN, were the unintentional creators of the United States of America. _____ If either man had decided not to be involved in the rebellion against England, there would not have been a Continental Congress, rebel army, or United States, and, just like most colonists, neither man thought of being independent of England. Seven months after JOSEPH WARREN created and directed the Continental Congress in Philadelphia, BENEDICT ARNOLD reached JOSEPH WARRENS headquarters at Harvard College in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Delegates to only the second meeting of the so-called Continental Congress had not reached Philadelphia when JOSEPH WARREN promoted BENEDICT ARNOLD and directed him with a secret mission and plan for a solution to the rebellion. Reporting only to JOSEPH WARREN, BENEDICT ARNOLD could have subdued every important fort in North America, including Canada, and then reconciled with England. Without the interference of the Continental Congress, the American rebellion would have and should have ended in 1775. No one would have or could have done what BENEDICT ARNOLD did for his love of America, which unfortunately led to a fluke ending of the conflict, unintentional fracture of Englands empire, and loss of the nearest possible utopia this world has ever known.