From Colony to Territory: Changing Concepts of Statehood in Revolutionary America
Peter S. Onuf investigates state sovereignty in the American revolutionary era, He suggests that a crucial redefinition of statehood preceded and facilitated the creation of a more powerful union under the Federal Constitution.
In Pursuit of Reason: The Life of Thomas Jefferson, Noble E. Cunningham, Jr. Reviewed by Peter S. Onuf
Mr. Madison's War: Politics, Diplomacy, and Warfare in the Early Republic, 1783-1830, J. C. A. Stagg Reviewed by Peter S. Onuf
Alexander Hamilton, Jacob E. Cooke Reviewed by Peter S. Onuf
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