A Factious People

A Factious People

Politics and Society in Colonial New York

First published in 1971 and long out of print, this classic account of Colonial-era New York chronicles how the state was buffeted by political and sectional rivalries and by conflict arising from a wide diversity of ethnic and religious identities. New York's highly volatile and contentious political life, Patricia U. Bonomi shows, gave rise to a number of interest groups for whose support political leaders had to compete, resulting in new levels of democratic participation.




Also of interest

Militarism in a Global Age
Naval Ambitions in Germany and the United States before World War I
Dirk Bönker

Subjects

History : History / U.S. and Canada
New York State and City

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