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Conceived in Liberty Volume 2

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This is Volume 2: The Colonies in the Eighteenth Century

Part I: Developments in the Separate Colonies
  • Liberalism in Massachusetts
  • Presbyterian Connecticut
  • Libertarianism in Rhode Island
  • Land Tenure and Land Allocation in New England
  • New Hampshire Breaks Free
  • The Narragansett Planters
  • New York Land Monopoly
  • Slavery in New York
  • Land Conflicts in New Jersey
  • The Ulster Scots
  • The Pennsylvania Germans
  • Pennsylvania: Quakers and Indians
  • The Emergence of Benjamin Franklin
  • The Paxton Boys
  • The Virginia Land System
  • The Virginia Political Structure
  • Virginia Tobacco
  • Slavery in Virginia
  • Indian War in North Carolina
  • The North Carolina Proprietary
  • Royal Government in North Carolina
  • Slavery in South Carolina
  • Proprietary Rule in South Carolina
  • The Land Question in South Carolina
  • Georgia: The "Humanitarian" Colony
Part II: Intercolonial Developments
  • Inflation and the Creation of Paper Money
  • The Communication of Ideas: Postal Service and the Freedom of the Press
  • Religious Trends in the Colonies
  • The Great Awakening
  • The Growth of Deism
  • The Quakers and the Abolition of Slavery
  • The Beginning of the Struggle over American Bishops
  • The Growth of Libertarian Thought
Part III: Relations with Britain
  • Assembly Versus Governor
  • Mercantilist Restrictions
  • King George's War
  • Early Phases of the French and Indian War
  • The Persecution of the Acadians
  • Total War
  • The American Colonies and the War
  • Concluding Peace
  • Administering the Conquests
Bibliographical Essay Index
ISBN 9780945466260
eISBN 9781610164863
UPC B004KZPJBQ
Publisher Ludwig von Mises Institute
Publication Date 2000
Binding HC

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