Table of contents for Liberty tree : ordinary people and the American Revolution / Alfred F. Young.

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Contents
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Introduction: Why Write the History of Ordinary People? 1
I. The People Out of Doors 50
1. The Mechanics of the Revolution: ¿By Hammer and Hand All Arts Do Stand¿ 51
2. ¿Persons of Consequence¿: The Women of Boston on the Making of the American Revolution, 1765-1776 199
3. Tar and Feathers and the Ghost of Oliver Cromwell: English Plebian Culture and American Radicalism 244
II. Accommodations 272
4. Conservatives, the Constitution, and the ¿Genius of the People¿ 273
5. How Radical Was the American Revolution? 305
III. Memory: Lost and Found 355
6. The Celebration and Damnation of Thomas Paine 356
7. The Freedom Trail: Walking the Revolution in Boston 387
8. Liberty Tree: Made in America, Lost in America 446
Index 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Social aspects.
Radicalism -- United States -- History -- 18th century.