Those interested in learning more about this subject are referred to the following works and to the select bibliography in Judith N. Shkler, ed., Political Theory and Ideology
. New York, 1966.
Randolph G. Adams. Political Ideas of the American Revolution, Britannic-American Contributions to the Problem of Imperial Organization 1763–1775
. New York, 1958 (first published 1922).
Bernard G. Bailyn. The Ideological Origins of the American Revolution
. Cambridge, 1967.
——— The Origins of American Politics
. New York, 1967.
——— “The Central Themes of the American Revolution, An Interpretation”, Essays on the American Revolution
. Chapel Hill, 1973.
Marc Egnal and Joseph A. Ernst, “An Economic Interpretation of the American Revolution”, William and Mary Quarterly
, 3rd ser. XXIX (1972), 3–32.
Edmund S. and Helen M. Morgan. The Stamp Act Crisis, Prologue to Revolution
. Chapel Hill, 1953.
Edmund S. Morgan. The Birth of the Republic, 1763–1789
. Chicago, 1956.
J. G. A. Pocock, “Virtue and Commerce in the Eighteenth Century”, Journal of Interdisciplinary History
III (Summer, 1972), 119–134.
William Appleman Williams. The Contours of American History
. Cleveland, 1961.