Fool, Knave, and Honest, Obstinate Man

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Fool, Knave, and Honest, Obstinate Man

FOOL, KNAVE, AND HONEST, OBSTINATE MAN. Alexander McDougall's characterization of Joseph Spencer, George Clinton, and William Heath, respectively, in connection with their recommendation that New York City be defended during the New York campaign.

SEE ALSO New York Campaign.

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