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In this important new work on Britain's policy toward the United States in the critical early years of independence, Charles R. Ritcheson re-examines the Adams thesis that 'the character of all our negotiations wit Great Britain has borne the stamp of liberal concession on our part, and of reluctant, niggardly boon-peddling on hers.' The book includes the text of the Treaty and ten other documents on trade and other subjects from British and American sources.

Aftermath of Revolution: British Policy toward the United States, 1783-1795 by Charles R. Ritcheson

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Author
Charles R. Ritcheson
Publisher
W. W. Norton & Company
Date of release
Pages
516
ISBN
9780393005530
Binding
Paperback
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