When the British surrendered at Yorktown, the war ended and American independence was secure. Or was it? The British still occupied Savannah, Charleston, and New York City, and the Congress was not able to pay the American army. During the two years between Cornwallis's surrender and the final British evacuation, George Washington faced one of the gravest crises in American history--an attempt by some of his officers to usurp the authority of Congress and establish themselves in power. Would Washington go along? We talk with William M. Fowler, author of American Crisis: George Washington and the Dangerous Two Years After Yorktown 1781-1783. You thought winning the war was difficult--wait till you hear about winning the peace!