Unformatted text preview: p. 74 (only full P on page) p. 78 (only full P on page) p. 83 re: the legitimacy of claims made in the Declaration of Indep. p. 91 “reducing the complexity of daily experience” p. 96 new principles of sovereignty pp. 100-101 the “paradoxes” of history p. 104 democracy v. republic (in Federalist 10) Generally: How does it change the “story” of the American Revolution if the event (broadly speaking) is repositioned within the context Bender presents?...
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