Revolutions in the Western World 1775-1825

Revolutions in the Western World 1775-1825

by Jeremy Black

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ISBN-13: 9781351903257
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 07/12/2017
Series: International Library of Essays on Political History
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 598
File size: 7 MB

About the Author

Jeremy Black is Professor in the Department of History, University of Exeter, UK

Table of Contents

Contents: Introduction; Part I British America: Why men fought in the American revolution, Robert Middlekauf; Patriots by default: Queens County, New York and the British Army, 1776-1783, Joseph S. Tiedemann; The localist roots of backcountry loyalism: an examination of popular political culture in Virginia's New River valley, Albert H. Tillson Jr; Early American ways of war: a new reconnaissance, 1600-1815, Wayne E. Lee; British strategy in the war of American independence, Piers Mackesy; The origins of the nationalist movement of 1780-1783: congressional administration and the continental army, E. Wayne Carp. Part II France: Public opinion and political culture in France during the 2nd half of the 18th century, Harvey Chisick; Paths to political consciousness: the assembly of notables of 1787 and the 'pre-revolution' in France, Vivian R. Gruder; Politics, culture and the origins of the French Revolution, Sarah Maza; The 'ministry of the hundred hours': a reappraisal, Munro Price; Problems of law and order during 1790, the 'peaceful' year of the French Revolution, Samuel F. Scott; Conspiracy obsession in a time of revolution: French elites and the origins of the terror, 1789-1792, Timothy Tackett; The 9 Thermidor: motives and effects, Martyn Lyons; The ancien régime origins of Napoleonic social reconstruction, Rafe Blaufarb. Part III Elsewhere in Europe: The Dutch affair and the fall of the ancien régime, 1784-1787, Munro Price; Scandinavia and the Atlantic revolution, 1760-1815, H. Arnold Barton; The Brabant revolution: a conservative revolt in a backward country?, J. Craeybeckx; The 1st (and only) year of the May 3 constitution, Daniel Stone. Part IV Haiti: The struggle for black liberty: revolution and emancipation in Saint Domingue, Jennifer J. Pierce. Part V Latin America: The emancipation of America, Jaime E. Rodriguez; Village, nation and constitution: insurgent politics in Papantla, Veracruz, 1810-1821, Michael T. Ducey; Insurrection-reacti

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