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The colonial governments were much less powerful and intrusive and corresponding national governments in Europe. They experimented with new methods to raise revenue, build infrastructure and to solve urban problems. Contrasted to Europe, printers especially as newspaper editors had a much larger role in shaping public opinion, and lawyers moved easily back and forth between politics and their profession.
Bridenbaugh argues that by the midth century, the middle-class businessmen, professionals, and skilled artisans dominated the cities. He characterizes them as "sensible, shrewd, frugal, ostentatiously moral, generally honest," public spirited, and upwardly mobile, and argues their economic strivings led to "democratic yearnings" for political power.
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He stirred a sharp debate regarding his possible anti-Semitism with his AHA presidential address asserting that urban academics—which many academics read as "Jewish"—were unsuited to study Colonial American history because they did not understand rural culture. Furthermore, many of the younger practitioners of our craft, and those who are still apprentices, are products of lower middle-class or foreign origins, and their emotions not infrequently get in the way of historical reconstructions. Bridenbaugh married twice, first in to Jessica Hill, who died in , and then a short time later to Roberta Haines Herriott He died of cancer in Rhode Island Hospital , Providence.mr-cosme.com/wp-content/dyzyb-zithromax-y.php
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