The Hostile Reaction to the American Views of Johnson and Wesley
Keywords:Samuel Johnson, John Wesley, American Colonies, taxation
AbstractLyles analyzes the contemporary reactions to the 1775 pamphlets of Samuel Johnson ("Taxation No Treanny") and John Wesley ("A Calm Address to Our American Colonies" ).
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