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Arguing that the Quakers were a wellspring of reformist energy in American history who became by the time of the American Revolution "the embodiment of the national conscience," Gary B. Nash examines their struggles to implement their ideals of equality and tolerance in Pennsylvania. He connects political history with economic and social developments as he traces the emergence of political stability in a community wracked by conflicting political passions in its early years.

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  • Publisher:Northeastern
  • File: 3.9 Mb
  • Ganre: History
  • Release: 07.10.1993
  • ISBN: 9781555531669
  • Pages 364
  • Rating: 4.14 (9 votes)

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