According to historian Gordon Wood, the ideas of classical republicanism affected the way Americans viewed the actions of the British. But, as John Adams put it, “republicanism” meant something different to different classes of Americans. How did different groups of Americans see the promise of the Revolution? What were the most critical events from 1765 to 1787, and how did republican ideals shape the views of Americans?
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Check the rubric at the bottom of this topic page for details on grading.
No outside sources are to be used. Use only 1) the two books: Foner’s Give Me Liberty! and Wood’s The American Revolution; and 2) your lecture notes and the various course materials supplied in D2L. Citations are only required for direct quotes. They can be in a simple parenthetical format – see the following examples:
Again: use no outside sources!
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