In a Defiant Stance

In a Defiant Stance

The minimum of violence accompanying the success of the American Revolution resulted in large part, argues this book, from the conditions of law the British allowed in the American colonies. By contrast, Ireland's struggle for independence was prolonged, bloody, and bitter largely because of the repressive conditions of law imposed by Britain.

Examining the most rebellious American colony, Massachusetts Bay, Professor Reid finds that law was locally controlled while… (more)

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Publisher: Penn State University Press (October 01, 1990)

Page count: 236 pages

Language: English


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