A Mighty empire : the origins of the American revolution (Book, 1988) [WorldCat.org]
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A Mighty empire : the origins of the American revolution

Author: Marc Egnal
Publisher: Ithaca : NY ; London : Cornell University Press, 1988.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Marc Egnal's now classic revisionist history of the origins of the American Revolution, focuses on five colonies-Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and South Carolina-from 1700 to the  Read more...

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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marc Egnal
ISBN: 0801419328 9780801419324
OCLC Number: 462676613
Description: XV-381 p. ; 25 cm
Contents: Preface 2010Preface to the First EditionIntroductionPART ONE THE FACTIONS EMERGE, 1690-17621. Massachusetts to 1741: Three Parties Were Formed2. Massachusetts, 1741-1762: Coalition Politics3. New York: Traders and Warriors4. Pennsylvania: Quaker Party Ascendancy5. Virginia: Rise of the Northern Neckers6. South Carolina: Factions Times TwoPART TWO REVOLUTIONARY POLITICS, 1763-17707. The Depression of the 1760s8. Massachusetts: Patriot Alliance9. New York: Reluctant Revolutionaries10. Pennsylvania: Challenging the Quaker Party11. Virginia: Conflict and Cooperation12. South Carolina: Triumphant PatriotsPART THREE THE QUIET YEARS, 1771-177313. The Quiet YearsPART FOUR THE EXPANSIONISTS PREVAIL, 1774-177614. Northern Colonies: Antagonists High and Low15. Southern Colonies: Maintaining Control16. Beyond IndependenceAppendix. Members of the FactionsIndex -- Cornell University Press
Responsibility: Marc Egnal.
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"A challenging new interpretation, well written and solidly supported." * Library Journal * "This book first appeared in 1988 with a forthright argument about the intersections between political Read more...

 
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