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The ambiguity of the American Revolution / edited by Jack P. Greene.

Author/creator Greene, Jack P.
Format Book and Print
Publication InfoNew York : Harper & Row, [1968]
Descriptionvi, 184 pages ; 21 cm.
Subject(s)
Series Interpretations of American history
Interpretations of American history. ^A648118
Contents From 1776 : opposing contemporary conceptions. The view from outside / Joseph Galloway ; The view from inside / David Ramsay -- From 1850 : the Revolution as an epoch-making struggle for human freedom. A milestone of profess / George Bancroft -- From the Imperial perspective. The case for the British / Herbert Levi Osgood -- From the European paradigm : the Revolution as internal political and social upheaval. A popular uprising against special privilege in government / Arthur Meier Schlesinger ; A social movement / J. Franklin Jameson ; A democratic movement / Merrill Jensen -- From the perspective of the modern revolutionary tradition. An expression of social freedom / Louis Hartz ; A reaffirmation of liberty and order / Benjamin Fletcher Wright -- Toward a more comprehensive perspective. A pluralistic conception / Gordon S. Wood.
Local noteLittle-87779-305131057770$
Bibliography noteBibliography: p. [181]-184.
LCCN 68012277

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