Modern Scholarly Editions of ClassicrnWorks for Today’s ReadersrnHISTORY OF THE RISE, PROGRESS, AND TERNINATIONrnOF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTIONrnIn TVo VolumesrnBy Mercy Otis WarrenrnEdited and annotated by Lester H. CohenrnMercy Otis Warren was arguably the most formidable, intellectually engaged womanrnin eighteenth-century America. Steeped in the classical, republican tradition, she wasrnan ardent proponent of the American Revolution. She also was suspicious of thernnewly emerging commercial republic of the 1780s and hostile to the Constitutionrnfrom an antifederalist perspective. These characteristics and convictions gave to herrnstunning history of the era a notoriety among histories of the founding era of thernUnited States.rnIn the words of Joyce Appleby of the University of California, “A modern edition ofrnWarren’s History is indeed a publishing event. Because Warren was deeply engaged inrnthe political and moral issues of her day, her writing represents a treasure trove, especially forrnthose interested in the political response of women to the republican and liberal Ideals animating public debate.”rnVolume I—^382 + xliv pages. Foreword, bibliography, editor’s note, list of abbreviations.rnVolume 11—380 + xv pages. Index for both volumesrnHardcover $25.00/set 0-86597-066-1rnPaperback $ 15.00/set 0-86597-069-6rnHISTORY OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTIONrnIn TWO VolumesrnBy David RamsayrnEdited and annotated by Lester H. CohenrnA well-known Federalist, David Ramsay published his monumental History ofrnthe American Revolution in 1789, or just six years after the TYeaty of Paris andrnonly two years after composition of the United States Constitution. It is, then, thernfirst American national history written by an American revolutionary and printedrnin America. Obviously, but no less significantly, Ramsay—because hernparticipated in many of the events of the period, including the ContinentalrnCongress as a member from South Carolina—was uniquely qualified to writernreflectively on the emergence of the American republic.rnHardcover $25.00/set 0-86597-078-5rnPaperback $ 15.00/set 0-86597-081-5rnConceived in Liberty’rnFor a nation “conceived in liberty,” the study of the ideal of a society of free and responsible individuals is arnnever-ending obligation. Tb encourage this deliberation. Liberty Fund—a private educational foundationrnestablished in 1960—makes available a wide range of outstanding books. In keeping with the Fund’s mission, booksrnare both beautifully produced and priced to ensure their availability to all serious readers. Each title explores somernaspect of the interrelationship of liberty and responsibility in individual life, society, governance, or economics.rnAccordingly, our publications include the works of Adam Smith, David Hume, Lord Acton, Ludwig von Mises, riobelrnlaureates F A. Hayek and James Buchanan, crucial political writings of the American founding era, and otherrnlandmark works in philosophy, law, social and political thought, and education. We invite you to request a free copyrnof our catalogue.rnCall 800-955-8335rnRax 317-579-6060rnor write:rnLiberty Furicl We payrnUPS shipping onrnprepaid orders.rn8335 Allison Pointe TVail, Suite 300, Dept. CHR7, Indianapolis, IN 46250rnExplore Liberty Fund’s catalogue on the World Wide Web at www.Libertyfund.orgrnrnrn