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The American Revolution
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4.2 stars from 324 ratings
Absolutely amazing professor
Give this woman a raise. And tenure.
Gabe Popp via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 07/04/17
BRAVO! I began listening to this course as a distraction from household chores, dropping in whenever my room needed cleaning or the kitchen needed mopping. Soon I noticed that my house was getting cleaner and cleaner -- I was actually finding work to do just so that I could continue this...Read full review »
Pandrosion via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/18/16
I am grateful to have watched these lectures as they filled in significant gaps in my and expanded my concept of the American Revolution. That said, Professor Freeman has several stylistic quirks that may have enhanced the lectures for some, but were distracting for me; the most distracting was...Read full review »
Prharp via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/21/15
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Professor Freeman concludes her discussion (from the previous lecture) of the three early instances in which the American colonies joined together to form a union. She then turns to a discussion of the Stamp Act crisis, and how American colonists found a shared bond through their dissatisfaction...
Published 12/06/11
Professor Freeman discusses the mounting tensions between the colonists and the British in the late 1760s and early 1770s. The Virginia Resolves were published and read throughout the colonies in 1765, and generated discussion about colonial rights and liberties. Colonies began working together...
Published 12/06/11
Professor Freeman discusses the differences between society in the American colonies and society in Britain in the eighteenth century. She uses examples from colonists' writings to show that the American colonies differed from British society in three distinct ways: the distinctive character of...
Published 12/06/11
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