The Era of the American Revolution: Studies Inscribed to Evarts Boutell Greene

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Contents
The Effect of the Navigation Acts on the Thirteen Colonies3
LAWRENCE A. HARPER, University of California
Writs of Assistance as a Cause of the Revolution40
O. M. DICKERSON, Colorado State College of Education
Labor and Mercantilism in the Revolutionary Era76 RICHARD B. MORRIS, The College of the City of New York
The American Balance of Power and European Diplomacy, 1713-78140
MAX SAVELLE, Stanford University
The Office of Commander in Chief: a Phase of Imperial Unity on the Eve of the Revolution170
CLARENCE E. CARTER, Department of State
The Royal Governors in the Middle and Southern Colonies on the Eve of the Revolution: a Study in Imperial Personnel214
LOUISE B. DUNBAR, University of Illinois
The Sons of Liberty in New York269
HERBERT M. MORAIS, Brooklyn College
Eliphalet Dyer: Connecticut Revolutionist290
GEORGE C. JR. GROCE, Ann Reno Institute
The Patriot Newspaper and the American Revolution305
SIDNEY I. POMERANTZ, The College of the City of New York

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