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A Revolutionary People At War: The Continental Army and American…

by Charles Royster

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A very good intellectual history of the Revolution, discussing the interesting and important dichotomy between the soldiers of the Continental Army and the populace at large. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0807846066, Paperback)

In this highly acclaimed book, Charles Royster explores the mental processes and emotional crises that Americans faced in their first national war. He ranges imaginatively outside the traditional techniques of analytical historical exposition to build his portrait of how individuals and a populace at large faced the Revolution and its implications. The book was originally published by UNC Press in 1980.

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In this highly acclaimed book, Charles Royster explores the mental processes and emotional crises that Americans faced in their first national war. He ranges imaginatively outside the traditional techniques of analytical historical exposition to build his portrait of how individuals and a populace at large faced the Revolution and its implications. The book was originally published by UNC Press in 1980.… (more)

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