The Empire Reformed

The first book by Boston College Assistant Professor of History Owen Stanwood, The Empire Reformed: English America in the Age of the Glorious Revolution, offers “a compelling explanation for the political turbulence in colonial North America in the late 17th century,” according to a reviewer. In a narrative that moves from Boston to London to Barbados and Bermuda, it tells the story of a forgotten revolution in English America—one that created not a new nation but a new kind of transatlantic empire.
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