Charles Howard McIlwain, The American Revolution.

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« The American Revolution was not only a political revolution, but also a constitutional revolution. It created a new form of government, based upon democratic principles, which have influenced the development of constitutional government throughout the world. »

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Charles Howard McIlwain, The American Revolution.

The American Revolution by Charles Howard McIlwain is a comprehensive examination of the events that led to the American Revolution and the constitutional foundations of the United States. McIlwain argues that the American Revolution was not just a political revolution but also a constitutional one, as it created a new form of government based on democratic principles.

« The American Revolution was not only a political revolution, but also a constitutional revolution. It created a new form of government, based upon democratic principles, which have influenced the development of constitutional government throughout the world. »

In the book, McIlwain traces the historical events leading up to the American Revolution, including the growth of colonial opposition to British rule, the events of the Revolution itself, and the formation of the United States Constitution. He argues that the American Revolution was the result of a long process of constitutional development in the colonies and was driven by a desire for greater political and economic freedom.

« The American Revolution was the result of a long process of constitutional development in the colonies, and was driven by a desire for greater political and economic freedom. It was a revolution not only against the British government, but also against colonial charters and the traditional political and economic arrangements in the colonies. »

McIlwain also explores the impact of the American Revolution on the development of constitutional government around the world. He argues that the principles of the American Revolution, including individual freedom, popular sovereignty, and the rule of law, have been influential in shaping the constitutions of other nations and promoting the growth of democracy.

« The principles of the American Revolution, including individual freedom, popular sovereignty, and the rule of law, have been influential in shaping the constitutions of other nations and promoting the growth of democracy. »

In conclusion, The American Revolution by Charles Howard McIlwain provides a comprehensive analysis of the events that led to the American Revolution and the constitutional foundations of the United States. McIlwain’s argument that the American Revolution was a constitutional revolution as well as a political one, and that its principles have had a lasting impact on the world, make this book an important contribution to the study of American history and constitutional government.

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