The Articles of Confederation: An Interpretation of the Social-Constitutional History of the American Revolution 1774-1781
This book discusses the Articles of Confederation in proper relation to the American Revolution. The book consists of 13 chapters and 4 appendices about the problem of the Revolution background interpretation, the Internal Revolution, Independence and Internal Revolution (1774-1776), the problem of Union, the Dickinson Draft of the Confideration, the solution of major issues, the problem of sovereignty, the completion of the articles, early reaction and ratification, Virgina and the Western problem (1778-1779), Congress and the Western problem about land speculation and the Spanish Alliance, the completion of the Confederation, and conclusions. This book is suitable for research on Articles of Confideration of the United States.
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