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From the Publisher"Draw[s] on extensive research and a thorough examination of modern scholarship. . . . Essential reading for students of early American politics. . . . Greatly expands our understanding of and appreciation of the complex and paradoxical nature of American populist movements. . . . Will have important implications for current scholarly debates about the meaning and legacy of popular sovereignty in the decades after the Revolution."
It is by turns brilliant and arresting. A must read.
—Bruce Laurie, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Reaffirming his long-held position as one of this country's most eminent political historians, Formisano presents a compelling interpretation . . .
—John L. Brooke, Ohio State University