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by Oliver M. Dickerson

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ISBN:
0812210778
Author:
Oliver M. Dickerson
Language:
English
Publisher:
University of Pennsylvania Press; treade pbk edition (October 1974)
Pages:
344 pages
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In the latter book, Dickerson argued that the American colonies had prospered as part of the British Empire . Gipson, Lawrence Henry.

In the latter book, Dickerson argued that the American colonies had prospered as part of the British Empire prior to 1763, and if that system had not changed after 1763 there would have been no American Revolution.

Professor Dickerson's study on the Navigation Acts and their effect on the American colonies refutes the 'traditional' view holding the Acts responsible as one of the leading causes of the American Revolution.

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APUSH: GEO (Theme), KC‑2. See Oliver M. Dickerson, The Navigation Acts and the American Revolution (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1974). Are you a student or a teacher? Student. E (KC), Unit 2: Learning Objective C. British law stipulated that the American colonies could only trade with the mother country.

Professor Dickerson's classic study on the Navigation acts and their effect on the American colonies refutes the "traditional" view holding the Acts responsible as one of the leading causes of the American Revolution.

Professor Dickerson's classic study on the Navigation acts and their effect on the American colonies refutes the "traditional" view holding the Acts responsible as one of the leading causes of the American Revolution

by Oliver M. Dickerson.

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The Navigation Acts and the American Revolution. Allan J. McCurry, "The Navigation Acts and the American Revolution.

Jensen, Merrill, 1952. The Navigation Acts and the American Revolution. By Oliver M. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1951. If you are a registered author of this item, you may also want to check the "citations" tab in your RePEc Author Service profile, as there may be some citations waiting for confirmation. Recommend this journal.

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Professor Dickerson's study on the Navigation Acts and their effect on the American colonies refutes the 'traditional' view holding the Acts responsible as one of the leading causes of the American Revolution.
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