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The Resource Liberty and Empire : British Radical Solutions to the American Problem, 1774-1776

Liberty and Empire : British Radical Solutions to the American Problem, 1774-1776

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Liberty and Empire : British Radical Solutions to the American Problem, 1774-1776
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Liberty and Empire
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British Radical Solutions to the American Problem, 1774-1776
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eng
Summary
Though little known to most students of the American Revolution, the British Radicals of the 1770s championed the rights of Americans while advocating parliamentary reform and denouncing British colonial policies. Outspoken, eloquent, and innovative, the Radicals encouraged the American cause. They voiced ideas on liberty and empire that would echo through American revolutionary documents. Liberty and Empire focuses on five British Radicals. The farsighted John Cartwright's ideas of reformation anticipated the Commonwealth of Nations. James Burgh's treatise on parliamentary reform became a cla
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Liberty and Empire : British Radical Solutions to the American Problem, 1774-1776
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Liberty and Empire : British Radical Solutions to the American Problem, 1774-1776
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt130jbtt
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
  • Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; PREFACE; ONE The Crisis of Empire; TWO On the Eve of the American Revolution; THREE Radical Spokesmen on Imperial Crisis, 1774-1776; FOUR A Commonwealth of Nations: John Cartwright; FIVE ""Home Rule"" for Ireland and America: Granville Sharp; SIX Parliamentary Reform: James Burgh; SEVEN The Force of Public Opinion: Catharine Macaulay; EIGHT A Question of Human Freedom: Richard Price; NINE Diverse Acquiescence in Radical Opinion; TEN Whig Politicians on Radical Ideas; ELEVEN British-American Radical Connections; CONCLUSION; NOTES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; INDEX; A; B; C
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