The American Revolution: Writings from the Pamphlet Debate, 1764 - 1776, 2-Volume Boxed Set
Author: Gordon S. Wood
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The American Revolution: Writings from the Pamphlet Debate is a two-volume series covering the years 1764-1772 and 1773-1776. Both volumes come in a handsome hardcover slipcase that features the painting Pulling Down the Statue of George III at Bowling Green in Lower Manhattan (1857) by William Walcutt.
This set features primary documents written by both Americans and British people for and against the new republic in the run-up to the American Revolution. Writings from Thomas Jefferson, Charles Lee, Samuel Seabury, Philip Livingston, Thomas Hutchinson, Thomas Paine, Silas Downer, William Hicks, William Knox, and others are included.
Part of the Library of America series, these books are designed to last for generations. They feature acid-free paper and are bound with the grain of the paper to ensure they open easily and lie flat without crinkling or buckling. The page layout has been designed for clarify with the easy-to-read Galliard typeface. Pages are smyth-sewn and volumes include a ribbon marker. Hardcovers with dust jacket.
Volume I: 935 pages, hardcover with dust jacket.
Volume 21: 954 pages, hardcover with dust jacket.
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