Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Preface What Is Dissent? PART ONE Pre-Revolutionary Roots, 1607 1760 Introduction: The Long Roots of Modern Dissent Roger Williams (c. 1603 1683) The Bloudy Tenent of Persecution, 1644 Anne Hutchinson (1591 1643) The Trial of Anne Hutchinson, 1637 Alice Tilly (1594 c. 1660) Petition for the Release of Alice Tilly, 1649 Mary Dyer (c. 1611 1660) Mary Dyer's First Letter Written From Prison, 1659 Nathaniel Bacon (1647 1676) Declaration in the Name of the People, July 30, 1676 Quaker Antislavery Petition A Minute Against Slavery, 1688 Letter from an Anonymous Slave Releese Us Out of This Cruell Bondegg, 1723 Native American Voices (1609 1752) Powhatan, Speech to John Smith, 1609 Garangula, Speech to Governor La Barre of New France, 1684 Loron Sauguaarum, Negotiations for the Casco Bay Treaty, 1727 Mashpee, Petition to the Massachusetts General Court, 1752 John Peter Zenger (1697 1746) The New York Weekly Journal, 1733 Eighteenth-Century Runaway Women Advertisements from the PennsylvaniaGazette, 1742 1748 PART TWO Revolution and the Birth of a Nation, 1760 1820 Introduction: The Republic Takes Shape John Woolman (1720 1772) Considerations on Keeping Negroes, Part Second, 1762 John Killbuck (1737 1811) Speech to the Governors of Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Virginia, December 4, 1771 Samuel Adams (1722 1803) The Rights of the Colonists, November 20, 1772 Revolutionary Women Hannah Griffiths, Poem, 1768 Ladies of Edenton, North Carolina, Agreement, 1774-1775 Thomas Paine (1737 1809) Common Sense, 1776 Abigail Adams (1744 1818) and John Adams (1735 1826) Letters, 1776 Thomas Hutchinson (1711 1780) A Loyalist Critique of the Declaration of Independence, 1776 Slave Petition Petition for Gradual Emancipation, 1777 United Indian Nations Protest to the United States Congress, 1786 Shays s Rebellion, 1786 1787 Statement of Grievances, 1786 George Mason (1725 1792) Objections to This Constitution of Government, 1787 Judith Sargent Murray (1751 1820) On the Equality of the Sexes, 1790 Shawnee, Miami, Ottawa, and Seneca Proposal Proposal to Maintain Indian Lands, 1793 Protest Against the Alien and Sedition Acts The Virginia Resolutions, 1798 Tecumseh (1768 1813) Letter to Governor William Henry Harrison, 1810 Speech to the Southern Tribes, 1811 Congressmen Protest the War of 1812 Federalist Protest, 1812 Free Blacks of Philadelphia Protest Against Colonization Policy, 1817 PART THREE Questioning the Nation, 1820 1860 Introduction: The Reforming Impulse Theodore Frelinghuysen (1787 1862) Speech Protesting the Indian Removal Bill, April 9, 1830 Cherokee Chief John Ross (1790 1866) Letter Protesting the Treaty of New Echota, 1836 David Walker (1785 1830) Appeal to the Coloured Citizens of the World, 1830 William Lloyd Garrison (1805 1879) The Liberator, Vol. Bookseller Inventory #
This concise collection of primary sources presents the story of US History as told by dissenters who, throughout the course of American history, have fought to gain rights they believed were denied to them or others, or who disagreed with the government or majority opinion.
Each document is introduced by placing it in its historical context, and thought-provoking questions are provided to focus the student when s/he reads the text. Instructors are at liberty to choose the documents that best highlight themes they wish to emphasize.
From the Author: This concise version of the original 800-page Dissent in America: The Voices That Shaped a Nation is a handy portable edition that you can take with you the next time you're participating in a protest demonstration or occupation (in case you need a little inspiration from your historical forebears).
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