'Born Fighting': Scotch-Irish and the American Character

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NPR's Noah Adams talks to author James Webb about his new book, Born Fighting: How the Scots-Irish Shaped America, a historical examination of how the descendants of Scotland and Ireland shaped the American character.

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James Webb
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