THE IDEOLOGICAL ORIGINS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
To the original text of what has become a classic of American historical literature, Bernard Bailyn adds a substantial essay, "Fulfillment," as a Postscript. Here he discusses the intense, nation-wide debate on the ratification of the Constitution, stressing the continuities between that struggle over the foundations of the national government and the original principles of the Revolution. This detailed study of the persistence of the nation's ideological origins adds a new dimension to the book and projects its meaning forward into vital current concerns.
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Review: The Ideological Origins of the American RevolutionUser Review - Charles Gonzalez - Goodreads
It is hard to describe my appreciation for Bernard Bailyn's groundbreaking 1967 book on the American Revolution - I have read plenty on this topic, including a couple of the author's other works ... Read full review
Review: The Ideological Origins of the American RevolutionUser Review - Jay Perkins - Goodreads
Excellent for understanding the political background of the American Revolution. What influences shaped the American colonists' rebellion and formation of new governments are clearly explained. A classic in American revolutionary studies Read full review