1754-1783: Government and Politics
1754-1783: Chapter Six: Government and Politics
by ROBERT J. ALLISON
TOPICS IN THE NEWS
The Albany Conference 165
Continental Congress: Who and Where 168
Hutchinson-Whately Letters 173
Inside the Smoke-Filled Room 176
Massachusetts Government 177
Pennsylvania Government 179
Stamp Act 181
Sugar Act 182
Tea Act 183
Samuel Adams 185
Silas Deane 187
Joseph Galloway 189
George Mason 192
Thomas Paine 194
Sidebars and tables are listed in italics.
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