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OBSERVATIONS ON THE IMPORTANCE OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION AND THE MEANS OF MAKING IT A BENEFIT TO THE WORLD BY RICHARD PRICE

Publication Date: 1818

The late war, (American Revolution) in its commencement and progress, did great good by disseminating just sentiments of the rights of mankind, and the nature of legitimate government; by exciting a spirit of resistance to tyranny, which has emancipated one European country, and is likely to emancipate others; and by occasioning the establishment in America of forms of government more equitable and more liberal than any other that the world has yet known. #0286

OBSERVATIONS ON THE IMPORTANCE OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION AND THE MEANS OF MAKING IT A BENEFIT TO THE WORLD BY RICHARD PRICE

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