2014 . Political Science, International Relations . Claude H. van Tyne
First published in 1923 and delivered as the Watson Chair Lectures to various British universities in the previous year, this book addresses the ways in which the English and American people opposed or helped each other during the American Revolution and in the following century. Van Tyne's goal in studying American and British shared history is to allow both countries 'to reach that mutual understanding in which all men of vision see the best hope of world peace and democratic progress'. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in Anglo-American relations.
Cambridge University Press
1107645298 (ISBN13: 9781107645295)
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