Hello Mr. Woods, Mr. McClanahan and Mr. Gutzman, I’ve been putting together a collection of books from your recommended reading lists from your U.S. history to 1877 lectures and was wondering what your thoughts are on the abridged version of D.S. Freeman’s Washington biography put out by Simon & Schuster. Is it worth getting? I believe it originally came out in ’95 and is a little under 900 pages. I hesitate to get the full 7 volume set, mainly due to the expense. I do have all 4 volumes of his Robert E. Lee biography and his 3 volume Lee’s lieutenants. If there are modern paperback printings of the unabridged 7 volume set that don’t cost a minimum of $500 a set, however, that would be nice. Thank You for your time.