Table of contents for David Hume and eighteenth-century America : the reception of Hume's political thought in America, 1740-1830 / Mark G. Spencer.

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Contents
Foreword
Acknowledgments
1: Hume's Works in Colonial and Early Revolutionary America
2: Historiographical Context for Hume's Reception in Eighteenth-Century America
3: Hume's Earliest Reception in Colonial America
4: Hume's Impact on the Prelude to American Independence
5: Humean Origins of the American Revolution
6: Hume and Madison on Faction
7: Was Hume a Liability in Late Eighteenth-Century America?
8: Explaining "Publius's" Silent Use of Hume
9: The Reception of Hume's Politics in Late Eighteenth-Century America
Afterword
Appendix A: Hume's Works in American Book Catalogues, 1740-1830
Appendix B: Subscribers to the First American Edition of Hume's History of England
Bibliography

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Hume, David, 1711-1776.
Political science -- United States -- History -- 18th century.