Forwarded from Anthony
MLause at cinci.rr.com
Tue Sep 9 23:21:41 MDT 2003
Jackson Turner Main's SOCIAL STRUCTURE OF REVOLUTIONARY AMERICA divides
early society here into several distinct types: Urban; Commercial
Farming; Subsistence Farming; and, the Frontier. As well, the first two
also had distinct regional variations between New England, the
Mid-Atlantic and the South. The book is from 1965 but stands up pretty
Again, one of the problems a lot of participants have in these
discussions is the tendency to be nonspecific as to period and leap
generations. This only muddies things.
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