THE RADICALISM OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
Depicts the social, political, and economic consequences of 1776, and how the country's founders rejected the entire way of English life--its society of feudal dependencies, politics of patronage, and a world view in which people were divided between nobility and "the Herd."
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