Edmund Morgan Quote: “Between 1776 and 1789, Americans replaced…”

Between 1776 and 1789, Americans replaced a government over them with a government under them. They have worried ever since about keeping it under. Distrust of its powers has been more common and more visible than distrust of the imperial authority of England ever was before the Revolution.

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Name: Edmund Morgan
Profession: Historian
Nationality: American
Birthday: January 17, 1916
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