The Debate On The American Revolution Is The First In Depth Study Of The Way In Which Historians Dealt With The Coming Of The American Revolution And The Formation Of The U.S Constitution The Approach Is Thematic, Examining How Historians In Different Periods Interpreted These Events, Their Causes, And Their Meaning Making Accessible The Work Of Often Neglected By Early Historians, This Book Examines How The Emergence Of History As A Professional Discipline Led To New And Competing Versions Of The Revolution It Spans From The First Generation Of Writers Whose Ideas About History Were Shaped By The Enlightenment To Those Of The 21st Century Who Drew On The Rich Legacy Provided By Black Studies, Gender And Women S Studies, Cultural Studies, And Ethno History.
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- The Debate on the American Revolution (Issues in Historiography)
- Gwenda Morgan
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