Good in Very Good jacket. Hardcover with gray cloth boards in dust jacket, 1967, octavo, 335pp., not illustrated. Book good with mild edgewear, binding tight, text has some underlining and marginalia. DJ VG with sun, faint staining, edgewear, now in archival mylar wrap.
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Fair in Fair dust jacket. Grey cloth hardcovers lightly bumped and rubbed at spine ends and corners. Scattered yellow highlighting and ink underlining, binding secure. Dustjacket rubbed and edgeworn with tiny tears. A good reading copy. Along with Wood's Creation the most important and persuasive interpetation of the American Revolution. 8vo Professional bookseller for twenty years. Orders shipped daily in cardboard bookfolds.
Bailyn's Ideological Origins of the American Revolution is a classic historical work, which adds significantly to our understanding of North American culture and society on the eve of the Revolution and the ways in which the colony's inhabitants were already on a path toward participatory democracy in the decades preceding the rebellion. An excellent, relevant, and enjoyable read for anyone interested in American history of the period.
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