The Glorious Revolution in America by David S. LovejoyThe Glorious Revolution in America by David S. Lovejoy

The Glorious Revolution in America

byDavid S. Lovejoy


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An outstanding examination of the Crises that lead to the colonial rebellions of 1689.
DAVID S. LOVEJOY is professor emeritus of history at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, where he taught from 1960 to 1983. He received a B.S. from Bowdoin College in 1941 (and Distinguished Bowdoin Educator Award in 1980) and Ph.D. from Brown University in 1954. LOVEJOY has taught at Northwestern and Brown universities and a t Marlb...
Title:The Glorious Revolution in AmericaFormat:PaperbackDimensions:423 pages, 1 × 1 × 0.68 inPublisher:Wesleyan University Press

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0819561770

ISBN - 13:9780819561770


Table of Contents

Introduction to the Wesleyan Edition
“An Affayre of State”: Trade and Commerce
“An Affayre of State”: Government, Politics and Religion
The Virginia Charter and Bacon’s Rebellion
Virginia Under Culpeper and Effingham
Maryland: Colonists’ Rights and Proprietary Power
New York and the Charter of Libertyes
Massachusetts bay: Purpose and Defiance
Massachusetts Bay: Denise
His Majesty’s Real Empire in America
The Dominion of New England: The Bay Colony
The Dominion of New England : From the St. Croix to Delaware Bay
The Glorious Revolution in England
The Glorious in New England
The Glorious Revolution in New York ad Maryland
Sanction and Justification
Resistance and Dissent: The Ghost of Masaniello
Resistance and Dissent: War. Merchants, and Torries
Resettlement I
Resettlement II
Bibliographical Essay

Editorial Reviews

An outstanding examination of the Crises that lead to the colonial rebellions of 1689.

“Professor Lovejoy has given us for the first time a comprehensive picture of the Glorious Revolution as it affected the colonies that less than a century later declared their independence. The result is a new perspective on the American Revolution.” - Edmund S. Morgan, Yale University