Father of liberty : Jonathan Mayhew and the principles of the American Revolution /

Dr. Jonathan Mayhew was the most politically influential clergyman in eighteenth-century America; he championed the principles of natural rights, constitutionalism, and resistance to tyranny in press and pulpit from 1750 to 1766. He did more than any other clergyman to prepare New England for disobe...

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Main Author: Mullins, Patrick.
Format: Online Resource eBook
Published: University Press of Kansas, 2017.
Series:American political thought
Online Access:https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt1qqhfwc
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