The American Revolution by Edward CountrymanThe American Revolution by Edward Countryman

The American Revolution

byEdward CountrymanEditorEric Foner

Paperback | January 7, 1985

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Disputing the notion that the American Revolution was ever so simple as American versus British, poor versus rich, radicals versus conservatives, good versus bad, Countryman explores the complex social dimensions of the conflict, the coalitions and diverse groups that sprang up, dissolved, and formed again as a generation went through decades of massive, disruptive, and confusing rebellions and war. The American Revolution considers the dynamic of the period as one in which a popular political movement was forced to address continually changing political and social realities.
Eric Foner is a professor of American history at Columbia University.
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Title:The American RevolutionFormat:PaperbackDimensions:288 pagesPublished:January 7, 1985Language:English

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ISBN - 10:0809001624

ISBN - 13:9780809001620

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Disputing the notion that the American Revolution was ever so simple as American versus British, poor versus rich, radicals versus conservatives, good versus bad, Countryman explores the complex social dimensions of the conflict, the coalitions and diverse groups that sprang up, dissolved, and formed again as a generation went through decades of massive, disruptive, and confusing rebellions and war. The American Revolution considers the dynamic of the period as one in which a popular political movement was forced to address continually changing political and social realities.