Alan Taylor talked about his book American Revolutions: A Continental History, 1750-1804, in which he examines the American Revolution, from the strained relationship between the Colonists and Britain that led to the war to the battles that marked the conflict and the political fallout in the war’s aftermath. close
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Andrew Jackson O'Shaughnessy Director Thomas Jefferson Foundation->Smith (Robert H.) International Center for Jefferson Studies
Alan S. Taylor Author
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