Contingency and Chance in Scottish and American History

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concentrated their forces in Boston, leaving royal authority torncollapse elsewhere with scarcely a struggle: the loyalists werernundermined by this foolish policy. However, in 1776, thernBritish sent a major army to crush the revolution and thusrnbegan a second stage that was more widespread, bitter, and sustainedrnthan had at first seemed likely . . .

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