Rails to the Front reviewed by the Lexington Quarterly

Rails to the Front recently received a fabulous review in the 2018 January edition of the Lexington Quarterly. As Gregory P. Ames concludes about the book:

"this is an authoritative work, engagingly written, attractively designed, and given its nice price, easily recommendable as the go-to work in its field."

You can read the complete review as a PDF, downloadable here.

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