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Seeds of discontent : the deep roots of the American Revolution, 1650-1750

Author: J Revell Carr
Publisher: New York : Walker & Co., ©2008.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : 1st U.S. edView all editions and formats
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A narrative history of the largely unexplored events-starting almost a century before-that inspired the colonists to launch the American Revolution. Repressive actions by the Crown against its colonies in the years following the French and Indian War may have been the direct causes, but historian Carr takes a longer view, and argues that "the cumulative effect of more than one hundred years of British disrespect,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Carr, J. Revell (James Revell), 1939-
Seeds of discontent.
New York : Walker & Co., c2008
(DLC) 2008030318
(OCoLC)192082387
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: J Revell Carr
ISBN: 9780802777614 0802777619
OCLC Number: 824698756
Description: 1 online resource : ill., maps, ports.
Contents: 1 Liberties and Benign Neglect 3 --
2 Seeds of Rebellion 14 --
3 Revolution! 26 --
4 The Revolution Spreads 35 --
5 Proof of Loyalty 45 --
6 War Returns 58 --
7 Terror 70 --
8 Retribution 86 --
9 The British Are Coming? 98 --
10 Peace and Preparation in French Canada 110 --
11 Fragile Peace and Salutary Neglect in British America 127 --
12 Captain Jenkins's Ear 143 --
13 Cartagena! 159 --
14 Promise Fulfilled 176 --
15 Audacious Plan 186 --
16 Voyage to War 199 --
17 The Landing 215 --
18 Advice and Dissent 231 --
19 Defeat or Victory in the Balance 249 --
20 Opportunity Squandered 263 --
21 Disintegration 283 --
22 Betrayal 302 --
Epilogue: Road to Revolution 317 --
Appendix Independent Advertiser Article 333.
Responsibility: J. Revell Carr.
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A narrative history of the largely unexplored events-starting almost a century before-that inspired the colonists to launch the American Revolution. Repressive actions by the Crown against its colonies in the years following the French and Indian War may have been the direct causes, but historian Carr takes a longer view, and argues that "the cumulative effect of more than one hundred years of British disrespect, mismanagement, and exploitation prepared the minds of the colonists for revolution."--Publisher description.

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