Tracts of the American Revolution, 1763-1776
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Description: A reprint of the 1967 Bobbs-Merrill edition. This volume brings together seventeen of the most important pamphlets produced by the American colonies as they opposed British measures and policies after 1763, and as they disputed the issue of independence with one another between 1774 and 1776. The most famous pamphleteers -- James Otis, John Dickinson, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and Thomas Paine -- are here; so too are lesser-known ones. Students of American history and political thought will find in these tracts rich evidence of the colonists' grievances against Britain, their methods of persuasion, and the development of political thought that led to the Declaration of Independence. A student-oriented introduction presents a capsule history of the events of the period and an analysis of the context of each tract.
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Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Hackett Publishing Company, Incorporated
Publication date: 9/15/2003
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.50" long x 1.25" tall
|Introduction: The Pamphlet Writers and Their Times|
|The Role of Pamphlets and Newspapers|
|British Policies and American Opposition, 1760-1766|
|British Policies and American Opposition, 1767-1770|
|The American Debate Over Independence, 1770-1776|
|An Essay on the Trade of the Northern Colonies (1764)|
|The Rights of the British Colonies Asserted and Proved (1764)|
|The Rights of Colonies Examined (1764)|
|A Letter from A Gentleman at Halifax to his Friend in Rhode Island (1765)|
|The Constitutional Courant: Containing Matters Interesting to Liberty, and No Wise Repugnant to Loyalty (1765)|
|Considerations on the Propriety of Imposing Taxes in the British Colonies, For the Purpose of Raising a Revenue, by Act of Parliament (1765)|
|An Inquiry into the Rights of the British Colonies (1766)|
|Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania to the Inhabitants of the British Colonies (1768)|
|The Nature and Extent of Parliamentary Power Considered (1768)|
|Extracts from the Proceedings of the Court of Vice-Admiralty (1769)|
|A Short Narrative of the Horrid Massacre in Boston (1770)|
|A State of the Rights of the Colonists (1772)|
|A Summary View of the Rights of British America (1774)|
|Massachusettensis and Novanglus (1774-1775)|
|A Candid Examination of the Mutual Claims of Great Britain, And the Colonies: With a Plan of Accommodation on Constitutional Principles (1775)|
|Common Sense Addressed to the Inhabitants of America (1776)|
|Plain Truth: Addressed to the Inhabitants of America, Containing, Remarks on a Late Pamphlet, Entitled Common Sense (1776)|