“Having made every sacrifice of fortune and blood, and become a cripple in the service of my country, I little expected to meet the ungrateful returns I have received from my countrymen.” So wrote General Benedict Arnold to George Washington in a 1779 letter during the former’s court martial for improperly appropriating funds. What was it that lead Arnold to engage in treason against the United States, operating out of the espionage and intrigue-rich New York area? Join Brian, Gene and Lee as they discuss the Treason of Benedict Arnold on Inside Jobs

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