Benedict Arnold: Hero or Enemy Spy?

Benedict Arnold: Hero or Enemy Spy?

Author - Aaron Derr, Illustrator - Scott R. Brooks

Illustrator - Scott R. Brooks

Benedict Arnold: Hero or Enemy Spy?
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How did a Revolutionary hero become known as one of the earliest spies in U.S. history?

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