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The JuntoCast, Ep. 12: Bailyn's "Ideological Origins of the American Revolution"

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Published on Jan 27, 2015

Ken Owen (University of Illinois at Springfield), Michael Hattem (Yale University), Roy Rogers (CUNY Graduate Center), and Mark Boonshoft (Ohio State University) revisit a classic work that changed the way we think about the Revolution, Bernard Bailyn’s "The Ideological Origins of the American Revolution," first published in 1967.

ABOUT: "The JuntoCast" is a monthly podcast by academic historians devoted to discussing historians' current understanding of various topics related to early American history. If you want to dig deeper into early America and the American Revolution than your average Barnes & Noble book, "The JuntoCast" is like getting to listen in on a group of expert historians having an informal and informative conversation.

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