[Essay Help]: The Radicalism of the American Revolution

The Radicalism of the American Revolution. Write an essay for 8 pages about the book “The Radicalism of the American Revolution” by Gordon Wood. Since we only have limited time, please take my assignment only if you read it before, or maybe you are majoring in American Revolutionary History. I can’t provide you the book since I bought the kindle edition, so you have to have one on your own. You have to write this essay based on this book with sufficient evidences from it. You can’t respond to this book without referencing its materials, or only based on your knowledge. This is a final essay for an under graduated student. Please take it super serious and we can discuss the reward. You have to use some other resources from the materials I upload, and you may use the book list. (I have uploaded those articles and provided the book list below.) The details about the essay’s requirement are within the PDF I upload. Please read it carefully and use the book efficiently. Thank you.


Prompt: “In The Radical is of the American Revolution, Gordon Wood argues that the American Revolution brought more than just political separation from the British Empire. He insists,“it was as radical and social as any revolution in history”(p.5).In an essay of 8-­‐10 pages(double-­‐spaced, Times New Roman 12-­‐point font) evaluate Wood’s argument. Was the American Revolution radical? Was it social? In

answering these questions, be sure to demonstrate an understanding of Wood’s

argument and evidence. Besure, as well, to consider information from other readings and lectures that cunter Wood’s interpretation. In other words,in the process of making your own argument for how radical the Revolution was or was not,give attention to both sides in the debate. Support your argument with evidence from a variety of readings and lectures.”


Book List:

1. Gary Nash, Race and Revolution
2. Pauline Maier, American Scripture: Making the Declaration of Independence

3. Alfred Young, The Shoemaker and the Tea Party

The Radicalism of the American Revolution

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