Represents a quantum leap in our understanding of the Revolution.Edmund S. Morgan, "New Republic"
To a far greater extent than is true of most historical monographs, it is a work of art. . . . No student of early American history should miss it.--Journal of Southern History
|Represents a quantum leap in our understanding of the Revolution. . . . [The book] is social history, intellectual history, institutional history, political history, and not any single one of them, which is to say that it is good history.--Edmund S. Morgan, New Republic