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The American Revolution : its character and limits /

edited by Jack P. Greene.

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Names: Greene, Jack P.
Published: New York : New York University Press, ©1987.
Topics: | Republicanism - United States - History - 18th century - Congresses. | Républicanisme - États-Unis - Histoire - 18e siècle - Congrès. | Kongress | Aufsatzsammlung | Geschichte | Amerikanische Revolution | Nordamerikanischer Unabhängigkeitskrieg
Regions: United States - History - Revolution, 1775-1783 - Influence - Congresses. | United States - History - 1783-1815 - Congresses. | United States - History - Revolution, 1775-1783 - Personal narratives. | États-Unis - Histoire - 1775-1783 (Révolution) - Influence - Congrès. | États-Unis - Histoire - 1783-1815 - Congrès. | United States. | USA - Unabhängigkeitskrieg. | USA. | USA - Revolution. | USA
Genres: Conference papers and proceedings. | History. | Aufsatzsammlung. | Kongress - Baltimore (Md.) - 1985.
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245 04|aThe American Revolution :|bits character and limits /|cedited by Jack P. Greene.
260 |aNew York :|bNew York University Press,|c©1987.
300 |ax, 422 pages ;|c24 cm
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500 |aPapers presented at a symposium held at Johns Hopkins University, Mar. 29-30, 1985; sponsored by the School of Continuing Studies and the Dept. of History of the Johns Hopkins University.
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 00|gIntroduction:|tThe limits of the American revolution /|rJack P. Greene --|tThe problem of national defense in the early American republic /|rE. Wayne Carp --|tThe reintegration of the Loyalists and the disaffected /|rRobert M. Calhoon --|tForce, order, and democracy in the American Revolution /|rJohn W. Shy --|tFrom one agenda to another: the condition of American federalism, 1783-1787 /|rJack N. Rakove --|tThe problem of power: parties, aristocracy, and democracy in revolutionary thought /|rLance Banning --|tThe ambiguities of power /|rJ.R. Pole --|tAn unfinished revolution: the quest for economic independence in the early republic /|rDrew R. McCoy --|tTwo republics in a hostile world: the United States and the Netherlands in the 1780s /|rJonathan R. Dull --|tThe American republic in a wider world /|rDon Higginbotham --|tSettlers, settlements, and new states /|rPeter S. Onuf --|tDeclarations of independence: Indian-white relations in a new nation /|rJames H. Merrell --|tSelf-interest conquers patriotism: republicans, liberals, and Indians reshape the nation /|rJon M. Murrin --|tLiberty, equality, and slavery: the paradox of the American Revolution /|rSylvia R. Frey --|tDependence in the era of independence: the role of women in a republican society /|rElaine F. Crane --|tOn the bracketing of Blacks and women in the same agenda /|rWinthrop D. Jordan --|tCreating a republican citizenry /|rMelvin Yazawa --|tCreating a usable future: the revolutionary historians and the national past /|rLester H. Cohen --|tFamilial politics, seduction, and the novel: the anxious agenda of an American literary culture /|rJay Fliegelman --|tIllusions and disillusions in the American Revolution /|rGordon S. Wood --|tWhither the sons (and daughters)?: republican nature and the quest for the ideal /|rCatherine L. Albanese --|tIn pursuit of religious freedom: church, state, and people in the new republic /|rNathan O. Hatch --|tReligion in the aftermath of the American Revolution /|rPatricia U. Bonomi.
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