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Start by marking The Development of a Revolutionary Mentality as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Contributions of ten distinguished historians on the American Revolution, presented at the first Library of Congress Symposium on the American Revolution, May 1972 Papers presented by Henry Steele Commager, Caroline Robbins, J. H. Plumb, Richard Bushman, Edmund S. Morgan, Pauline Maier, Jack P. Greene, Mary Beth Norton, and Esmond Wright.
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The Development of American Political Thought: A Documentary History. History of the New York Society Library: With an Introductory Chapter on Libraries in Colonial New York, 1698-1776. New York: D. Appleton-Century Company, 1932. Boston: Gregg Press, 1972, c1908.
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