Rebels rising is a fresh approach to the impact of british imperial policies on post french and indian war america the book presents a thoughtful and complete picture of the civic unrest developing throughout the land and makes a lot of sense. In rebels rising cities and the american revolution benjamin l carp assistant professor of history at tufts university examines the political activity in colonial americas five most populous cities boston new york city newport charleston and philadelphia on the eve of the american revolution. Rebels rising cities and the american revolution the cities of eighteenth century america packed together tens of thousands of colonists who met each other in back rooms and plotted political tactics debated the issues of the day in taverns and mingled together on the wharves or in the streets. The cities of eighteenth century america were crucial for the coming of the american revolution this book focuses closely on political mobilization in colonial british americas five most populous cities from 1740 to 1780. Rebels rising benjamin l carps rebels rising cities and the american revolution looks at the important role urban meeting spaces played in igniting the colonists desire for change in the decades leading up to the war of independence
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