The American Revolution, 1763-1783: A History of the American People: an Interpretation
International Publishers Co, 1960 - 304 Seiten
The causes of the Revolution, popular participation, the cancer of slavery; military and world aspects.
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CLASS DIVISIONS AND REVOLUTION
WAS THE REVOLUTION
THE MOVEMENT TOWARD
THE MILITARY CONDUCT
TORIES AND TRAITORS
ENGLAND AND THE REVOLUTION
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