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The Ties that Bound: The Conception of Anglo-America, 1617-67

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This article sketches the development of the Anglo-American world in both colonial and imperial fashions between the establishment of tobacco cultivation in Virginia and the end of the Second Anglo-Dutch War. It argues that an imperial consciousness developed in the English-speaking world during the seventeenth century, especially in the American colonies, while, at the same time, enterprising colonists set up societies modeled closely on the metropolitan standard.


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