The American Revolution How Revolutionary Was it?


U.S.A.: Holt,Rinehart and Winston, 1966. Book. Good+. Trade Paperback. 1st Edition. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Trade Paperback. Near Very Good. First Edition thus. Shelf Wear and a cover Crease by bottom of Front Cover Else Clean and NOT a Library copy. If you could only have one book on the 'thought' in the American Revolution this is it. This has over a dozen political essays by greats in their fields from Conservatives, to old school Lefties, to free market types, to blue bloods with an itch, they are all argued here and all are right, 'Revolution as a Class Conflict' 'Revolution as a Conservative Movement' 'Revolution as a Social Movement" Some of the authors are listed with the editor. The cover shows a little known incident outside of New York of Columbia students pulling down a statue of King George III" It is not the Sixties but the seventies, the 1770s! Alexander Hamilton among them...Every side is in here and it why America is so brilliant. Three Geese In Flight 35 years selling books on the Celtic Mysteries of the West. First Edition.

Title: The American Revolution How Revolutionary Was it?

Author Name: George Athan Billias Edited Arthur M.Schlesinger Edmund S. Morgan Daniel J.Boorstin George Bancroft Louis M. Hacker Merrill Jensen

Categories: American Revolution/French & Indian War, North American Folklore and Supernatural,

Edition: 1st Edition

Publisher: U.S.A., Holt,Rinehart and Winston: 1966

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good+

Seller ID: 016189

Keywords: revolutionary war politics liberal thought conservative politics lefties politics marxist america alexander hamilton free market blue bloods american history american revolution columbia university protests george washington libertarian arthur m. schlesin,