Abraham Clark and the quest for equality in the Revolutionary Era, 1774-1794
A study of New Jersey's outstanding exponent of egalitarian thought. Clark emerges as a guardian of individual liberties, an enemy to every form of privilege, and a protagonist of government concern for the lowlier segments of the populace.
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Decision for Independence
Clark and the Military
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