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Essays on the American Revolution

  • Stephen G. Kurtz
  • Published by: The University of North Carolina Press
  • Series: Published for the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, Williamsburg, Virginia

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Table of Contents

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  • Title page, Copyright
  • pp. vii-viii
  • Introduction
  • 1. The Central Themes of the American Revolution: An Interpretation
  • 2. An Uneasy Connection: An Analysis of the Preconditions of the American Revolution
  • 3. Violence and the American Revolution
  • 4. The American Revolution: The Military Conflict Considered as a Revolutionary War
  • pp. 121-156
  • 5. The Structure of Politics in the Continental Congress
  • pp. 157-196
  • 6. The Role of Religion in the Revolution: Liberty of Conscience and Cultural Cohesion in the New Nation
  • pp. 197-255
  • 7. Feudalism, Communalism, and the Yeoman Freeholder: The American Revolution Considered as a Social Accident
  • pp. 256-288
  • 8. Conflict and Consensus in the American Revolution
  • pp. 289-310
  • pp. 311-318
  • Notes on the Contributors
  • pp. 319-320

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