This paper seeks to analyze the role of Philadelphia as a hotbed of revolutionary activity directly preceding and during the American Revolution. By exploring primary documents, Skeggs attempts to piece together the path to the radical changes in government structure and civil liberties in Pennslyvania. By doing so, she shows that both ideology and action played integral roles in shaping the transformation of Philadelphia from a conservative area to a center of radicalism.
"The Translation of Radical Ideas into Radical Action: The American Revolution and Revolutionary Philadelphia,"
Constructing the Past: Vol. 6
, Article 7.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.iwu.edu/constructing/vol6/iss1/7