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Rebels and democrats; the struggle for equal political rights and majority rule during the American Revolution, by Elisha P. Douglass.

Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina [1955] .
ISBN 0306704021, 9780306704024

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Subjects Politics and government
State governments.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1775-1783.
United States.
Description xiv, 368 pages 21 cm
Copyright Date [1955]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 348-358).
Contents Conservatism and Radicalism in the Revolution -- The Conflict of Ideologies -- The Transition from Colonies to Conservative Commonwealths: South Carolina -- The Conservative Transition: Maryland -- The Conservative Transition: New York -- Protest and Rebellion in North Carolina, 1765-1771 -- Democratic Forces in the Revolutionary Movement of North Carolina -- The North Carolina Constitution of 1776 -- Revolution and Internal Conflict in Massachusetts, 1774-1776 -- The Search for a Principle of Authority: The General Court -- The Search Concluded: The Constitutional Convention -- The Attempt to Transform Pennsylvania into a Royal Colony -- The Rise of the Whig Party in Pennsylvania -- The Creation of a Democratic Party, 1776 -- Thomas Jefferson and Revolutionary Democracy -- Democracy and Liberalism in the Revolution.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)344464
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WorldCat Identities Douglass, Elisha P.
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