Rikkyo American Studies No. 1
| 1. "The Central Themes of the American Revolution: An Interpretation."
|2. "Violence and the American Revolution."
Richard Maxwell Brown
|3. "The American Revolution: The Military Conflict Considered as a Revolutionary War."
| 4. "The Structure of Politics in the Continental Congress."
H. James Henderson
| 5. "The Role of Religion in the Revolution: Liberty of Conscience and Cultural Cohesion in the New Nation."
William G. McLoughlin
| 6. "Feudalism, Communalism, and the Yeoman Freeholder: The American Revolution Considered as a Social Accident."
Rowland Berthoff and John M. Murrin
| 7. "Conflict and Consensus in the American Revolution."
Edmund S. Mogan
|Part II Book Review|
| Donald L. Robinson, Slavery in the Structure of American Politics, 1765-1820.
Duncan J. MacLeod, Slavery, Race and the American Revolution.
|Bibliography relating to American Revolution||086|
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