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The role of ideology in the American Revolution. Edited by John R. Howe, Jr.

New York, Holt, Rinehart, and Winston [1970].
ISBN 003077800X

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Subjects Ideology.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1775-1783.
Description 125 p. 24 cm.
Notes Bibliography: p. 122-125.
Contents The Revolutionary era as an age of politics, by E. S. Morgan.--The rule of law and the American revolution, by R. A. Humphreys.--The English libertarian heritage, by C. Robbins.--Religion as revolutionary ideology, by P. Miller.--Enlightenment thought and the American Revolution, by P. Gay.--John Locke and the liberal consensus, by L. Hartz.--Ideological conflicts: Whigs versus Democrats, by E. P. Douglass.--The people as constituent power, by R. R. Palmer.--Republicanism as a revolutionary ideology, by G. S. Wood.--The transforming radicalism of the Revolution, by B. Bailyn.--Rhetoric and reality in the American Revolution, by G. S. Wood.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00072467
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