Places the American Revolution in its proper perspective with
respect to the differences between the political structure of the colonies and
England. The widespread franchise and the relative lack of largess and special
favors that the colonial governors had to work with made the American structure
unstable. It presents a good case for the necessity of the Revolution.
Year Read: 1977
Libertarian Essays by Roy Halliday
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