From resistance to revolution: colonial radicals and the development of American opposition to Britain, 1765-1776
"An intellectual interpretation of the American revolution that raises it to a new height of comprehensiveness and significance. A superbly detailed account of the ideological escalation . . . that brought Americans to revolution." -Gordon S. Wood, New York Times Book Review
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