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The Transforming hand of revolution : reconsidering the American Revolution as a social movement
edited by Ronald Hoffman and Peter J. Albert.
- Charlottesville : Published for the United States Capitol Historical Society by the University Press of Virginia, 1996.
- x, 517 pages : illustrations; 24 cm.
Eisenhower B LevelE 209 .T835 1996 c. 1Available
- Preface / Ronald Hoffman
- John Franklin Jameson and the Creation of The American Revolution Considered as a Social Movement / Morey Rothberg
- Social Visions of the American Resistance Movement / Barbara Clark Smith
- Was the American Revolution a Bourgeois Revolution? / Allan Kulikoff
- Lessons in Humility: The Revolutionary Transformation of the Governing Elite of Charles County, Maryland / Jean B. Lee
- Chesapeake Artisans in the Aftermath of the Revolution / Jean B. Russo
- A Motley Crew of Rebels: Sailors, Slaves, and the Coming of the American Revolution / Marcus Rediker
- Runaway Slaves in the Mid-Atlantic Region during the Revolutionary Era / Billy G. Smith
- "To Man Their Rights": The Frontier Revolution / Alan Taylor
- "Yet the Old Republicans Still Persevere": Samuel Adams, John Hancock, and the Crisis of Popular Leadership in Revolutionary Massachusetts, 1775-1790 / Gregory H. Nobles
- White Hats and Hemlocks: Daniel Shays and the Legacy of the Revolution / Robert A. Gross.
- American Historians Confront "The Transforming Hand of Revolution" / Alfred F. Young.
- Other information
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- 0813915619 (alk. paper)
- Identifying numbers
- LCCN: 95020320
- OCLC: 32590274