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England and America: Rivals in the American Revolution

In this book Claude H. Van Tyne describes the revolution as a ‘civil war’ and situates the quest for independence within the contemporary political milieu, defining both the agitator and the loyalist on both sides of the Atlantic by their political, social and ideological characteristics. First delivered as a series of lectures given to British academics in 1927, this book takes a fascinating look at the various ways in which both the American and English people opposed, or furthered the cause of American independence.

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