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1992

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Loyalists And Baconians: The Participants In Bacon's Rebellion In Virginia, 1676-1677, John Harold Sprinkle Jr. Jan 1992

Loyalists And Baconians: The Participants In Bacon's Rebellion In Virginia, 1676-1677, John Harold Sprinkle Jr.

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Previous interpretations of Bacon's Rebellion in Virginia (1676-1677) have focused on either the competition between the two major participants, Governor William Berkeley or Councilor Nathaniel Bacon, or the social and economic causes of the uprising. This study presents a collective description of the participants from both sides of the rebellion: Loyalists and Baconians. Participant characteristics such as wealth, social status, officeholding, family life, and standard of living were compared in an attempt to distinguish individual reasons for rebellion or loyal service.;This research demonstrates that although all segments of colonial society were represented in the rebellion, both the Baconians ...


Symbolic Action As Politics: The Canadian Senate As A Political Symbol, Jay Marsh Price Jan 1992

Symbolic Action As Politics: The Canadian Senate As A Political Symbol, Jay Marsh Price

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Reviving The American Left: Erap And The Lid-Sds Conflict, Michael Patrick Bartos Jan 1992

Reviving The American Left: Erap And The Lid-Sds Conflict, Michael Patrick Bartos

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No abstract provided.