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Ideological Origins of the American Revolution Learning Guide: Citations

Sources we cite in Ideological Origins of the American Revolution

1 Quoted in Benjamin Stites Terry, A History of England from the Earliest Times to the Death of Queen Victoria (Chicago: Scott, Foresman and Company, 1908), 935.
2 Ian Parker, "Swingers," The New Yorker (30 July 2007), http://www.newyorker.com/reporting/2007/07/30/070730fa_fact_parker/?printable=true, accessed 27 July 2007.
3 John Adams, quoted in Jill Lepore, "Party Time," The New Yorker, 17 September 2007, http://www.newyorker.com/arts/critics/books/2007/09/17/070917crbo_books_lepore, accessed 18 September 2007.
4 William Michael Treanor, "The Origins and Original Significance of the Just Compensation Clause of the Fifth Amendment," The Yale Law Journal 94:3 (January 1985), 700; Gary Wills, Inventing America: Jefferson's Declaration of Independence (Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1978), 229-39; George Brown Tindall and Davi/d Emory Shi, America: A Narrative History, Fifth Ed. (New York: W. W. Norton & Co., 1999), 236.
5 Maya Jasanoff, "Loyal To A Fault," New York Times Magazine, 1 July 2007, 20.
6 Benjamin Franklin, "Silence Dogood [essay]," New-England Courant, 10 September 1722; Benjamin Franklin, "The Drinker's Dictionary," Pennsylvania Gazette, 13 January 1737. Franklin himself may not have been the original compiler of the list, as a very similar piece appeared a year earlier in the New England Weekly Journal of 6 July 1736. See Joel S. Berson, "The Source for Benjamin Franklin's 'Drinker's Dictionary' (And Was It Mather Byles?)," American Speech 81:2 (Summer 2006), 164.
7 George Brown Tindall and David Emory Shi, America: A Narrative History, Fifth Ed. (New York: W. W. Norton & Co., 1999), 235-6.
8 Matthew Spalding, "'Our Sacred Honor': The signers of the Declaration of Independence live on," The National Review, 30 June 2001, 1:20 PM, http://article.nationalreview.com/?q=YTZiYWJhM2FhZTMyOWY1Mzk0ODQxNzBlNTFjZDJkNzg=>, accessed 9 July 2007.
9 Eric Foner, Give Me Liberty! An American History (New York: W. W. Norton, 2006), 221.
10 George Brown Tindall and David Emory Shi, America: A Narrative History, Fifth Ed. (New York: W. W. Norton & Co., 1999), 234.
11 Maya Jasanoff, "Loyal To A Fault," New York Times Magazine, 1 July 2007, 20.
12 Monroe E. Deutsch, "E Pluribus Unum," The Classical Journal 18:7 (April 1923), pp. 387-407.
13 Thomas Flanagan, "Scoop: William Safire's antihero is a frothing journalist who seriously damaged both Hamilton and Jefferson," review of Scandalmonger, by William Safire, New York Times Book Review, 6 February 2000, 10; Paul C. Nagel, "Father Knew Best," New York Times, 3 December 2005, A19; Gene Sloan, "Best Seller Revolutionizes Adams Home; Biography Puts President and Quincy, Mass., On the Map," USA Today, 1 July 2002, D8; Kevin Philips, "An Anxious Fourth: Celebrating Independence Day Can Be A Rorschach Test for the National Mood. Did the Festivities Reflect Our Moral Ambiguity?" Los Angeles Times, 5 July 1998, 1.

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