|Author:||Patricia U. Bonomi|
|Title:||Party and Political Opposition in Revolutionary America|
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|ePUB size:||1378 kb|
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|Publisher:||Sleepy Hollow Press; First Edition edition (January 1, 1980)|
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Patricia U. Bonomi's book is not merely good. Displaying a rare gift for compression as well as mastery of both original and secondary sources, Bonomi surveys the politics of colonial New York. William and Mary Quarterly. Patricia U. Bonomi's wonderful book reads just as well now as when it was originally published. Title A Factious People. She is the author of Under the Cope of Heaven: Religion, Society, and Politics in Colonial America and The Lord Cornbury Scandal: The Politics of Reputation in British America.
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Looking at the middle and southern colonies as well as at Puritan New England, Bonomi finds an abundance of religious vitality through the colonial years among clergy and churchgoers of diverse religious background. The book also explores the tightening relationship between religion and politics and illuminates the vital role religion played in the American Revolution. 1994); Nelson, A Blessed Company, 253-258; Joan R. Gundersen, To Be Useful to the World: Women in Revolutionary America, 1740-1790 (New York, 1996), 97, 101-111.
Under the Cope of Heaven: Religion, Society, and Politics in Colonial America.
Looking at the middle and southern colonies as well as at Puritan New England, Bonomi finds an abundance of religious vitality throughout the colonial years among clergy and churchgoers of diverse religious backgrounds.
The book is gracefully and economically written, provocative yet respectful of opposing views. -William and Mary Quarterly. Bonomi, Professor of History, New York University.