King and people in provincial Massachusetts /
Chapel Hill :
Published for the Institute of Early American History and Culture, Williamsburg, Va., by the University of North Carolina Press,
Table of Contents:
- Cover; Contents; Preface to the Paperback Edition; Acknowledgments; Introduction; PART I: POLITICAL CULTURE, 1691-1763; 1. The King in Massachusetts Bay; i. Celebrations; ii. Protection and Allegiance; iii. Securing Moral Advantage; iv. The Defiance of Authority; v. Petitions; 2. Dependence; i. Government and Society; ii. Imperial Politicians; iii. Massachusetts Society; iv. Consequences; 3. The Rights of the People; i. Popular Rights and Official Avarice; ii. The Invasion of Royal Power; iii. The Resolution of Differences; iv. The Alignment of Interests.
- PART II: THE COURSE OF EVENTS, 1763-17764. The Government of Empire; i. Economic Order; ii. Customs and Mores; iii. The Governor and Imperial Policy; iv. A Colonial Civil List; v. Protest; 5. Enslavement; i. The Invasion of Parliamentary Power; ii. The Provincial Reaction; iii. The Sociology of Corruption; iv. Lordships; v. Servility and Virtue; 6. Independence; i. The Last Days of the King; ii. The End of Monarchy; iii. Republican Government; iv. Republican Society; Afterword; Appendix: Country Party Rhetoric in Massachusetts; Index; A; B; C; D; E; F; G; H; I; J; K; L; M; N; O; P; Q; R; S; T.
- Uv; w; y; z.