In the Midst of a Revolution
In the Midst of a Revolution, originally published in 1961, provides a social history of Pennsylvania in the months before Independence, based on contemporary diaries and newspapers. The author, Dr. David Freeman Hawke, a teacher at Pace University in New York City, examines the events of Pennsylvania in 1776, which made it possible to overthrow the venerable Charter of Privileges of 1701, and to replace it with the more democratic Constitution of 1776.A useful book with informative footnotes and an extensive bibliography.
- 2018 Papamoa Press
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