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The American Revolution CD-ROM

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AMERICAN REVOLUTION CD

What do Mercy Otis Warren, Thomas Jefferson, Alexis de Tocqueville, Samuel Adams, and Thomas Paine have in common? They all wrote about the American Revolution and/or the Early Republic and their works are on the same CD.

This CD includes the full text of The Rise, Progress and Termination of the American Revolution . The original 3-volume work is 1317 pages long. Mercy wrote early drafts of this work near the time of the events described, and completed the work about four years before its appeared in 1805. She explains the delay as due to health problems, temporary bouts of blindness, and grief at the death of her only son. James Otis (early advocate of the rights of the colonies) was her brother, James Warren (speaker of the Massachusetts House of Representatives) was her husband, Abigail and John Adams were close friends and correspondents.

The CD also includes five plays that Mercy wrote during and about the Revolution:

     The Adulateur, a five-act play, published in 1773
             The Defeat, excerpts from a play, published 1773
             The Group, a three-act play, published in 1775
             The Blockheads, a three-act play, published in 1776, after the British withdrew from Boston
             The Motley Assembly, a farce, published in 1779.

In addition, it includes related historical documents and the full text of 20 other books about the American Revolution and the Early Republic:

     Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
       
     The Life of Francis Marion by W. Gilmore Simms
             The Life of General Francis Marion by Mason Locke Weems
             Sketch of the Life of General Francis Marion by William Dobein James
             Thomas Paine -- The Age of Reason, The American Crisis, Common Sense, The Rights of Man
             Samuel Adams, Writings, volumes 2 and 3 (of 4)
             The American Republic by O.A. Brownson
             Democracy in America by Alexis de Tocqueville, 2 volumes
             The Federalist Papers
             Autobiography of Thomas Jefferson
             Jefferson and His Colleagues, a Chronicle of the Virginia Dynasty by Allen Johnson
             Thomas Jefferson by Edward S. Ellis
             John Marshall And The Constitution, A Chronicle Of The Supreme Court by Edward S. Corwin
             Rise of the New West, 1819-1829 by Frederick Jackson Turner
             The Oregon Trail by Francis Parkman
             State of the Union Speeches from Washington to Andrew Jackson

The American Revolution and Early Republic as witnessed by Mercy Warren and Others ISBN 093196802X pad$75.00

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