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This bibliography contains a list of reference books, articles, and other works that have been cited for the book A Rule of Law. The book offers a fresh examination of how South Carolina's colonial elite ruled through a host of institutions beyond the legislature and jealously guarded this rule against all encroachment in the period leading to the American Revolution. South Carolina had long been ruled by the planters and merchants of the lowcountry region, with virtually all political authority concentrated in the hands of the elite who resided there and dominated the rest of the colony from Charles Town.

Keywords: American revolution; Charles Town; lowcountry region; political authority; South Carolina

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