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Linda Colley

1 November 1984
The Origins of Anglo-American Radicalism 
edited by Margaret Jacob and James Jacob.
Allen and Unwin, 333 pp., £18.50, February 1984, 0 04 909015 1
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Insurrection: The British Experience 1795-1803 
by Roger Wells.
Alan Sutton, 312 pp., £16, May 1983, 9780862990190
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Radicalism and Freethought in 19th-Century Britain 
by Joel Wiener.
Greenwood, 285 pp., $29.95, March 1983, 0 313 23532 5
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For King, Constitution and Country: The English Loyalists and the French Revolution 
by Robert Dozier.
Kentucky, 213 pp., £20.90, February 1984, 9780813114903
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... when he was at his most anti-clerical. It’s clear that he was, fundamentally, an oddball: another reminder that radicalism is something rich and strange. Much the same could be said about Richard Dozier’s study of English loyalism between 1792 and 1796. The nature of loyalism during the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic wars is an intractable but important topic which has only just begun to ...

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