Iskanje Slike Zemljevidi YouTube Novice Gmail Drive Koledar Več »
Prijava
Knjige Knjige
" America would have discerned the traitorous views of their leaders, and have been convinced that to be a subject of Great Britain, with all its consequences, is to be the freest member of any civil society in the known world. "
1776 - Stran 10
avtor: David McCullough - 2005 - 400 strani
Omejen predogled - O knjigi

Constitutional History of the American Revolution: The Authority ..., Količina 1

John Phillip Reid - 2003 - 374 strani
...with the Good of the whole." What that meant for an individual Briton, George III told Parliament, was "to be the freest member of any civil society in the known world." It is hard today to believe some of the claims for British civil rights. Not only were rights nearly...
Omejen predogled - O knjigi

Constitutional History of the American Revolution: The Authority ..., Količina 1

John Phillip Reid - 2003 - 374 strani
...with the Good of the whole." What that meant for an individual Briton, George III told Parliament, was "to be the freest member of any civil society in the known world." It is hard today to believe some of the claims for British civil rights. Not only were rights nearly...
Omejen predogled - O knjigi

The Founding of a Nation: A History of the American Revolution, 1763-1776

Merrill Jensen - 2004 - 752 strani
..."the people of this province . . . being thoroughly convinced that to be free subjects of the king of Great Britain, with all its consequences, is to be the freest members of any civil society in the known world, never did, nor do entertain any views or desires of...
Omejen predogled - O knjigi




  1. Moja knjižnica
  2. Pomoč
  3. Napredno iskanje knjig