The strength of the complete work of Wood is the result of extreme carefulness, tremendous research, and high standards that are uniquely set by himself (Fischer, David Hackett). Through teaching and writing, Wood is keeping alive the prominence and deep respect for the early period of the American revolution in the new generation.
The book Revolutionary Characters: What made the founders different is also a true representation of his beliefs that the American Revolution is the most significant part of American History and how significant its role has been. This book is a collection of articles, reviews, and essays which have previously been published by different authors. Wood tried to combine all of them in a way that the introduction and the conclusion of the book convincingly convey his