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Historical Problem, “Who Was ‘A Citizen'” (Georgia, 1783-1788), Part 2: Debut of “A Citizen” (1783)

[NOTE:  Last month, I introduced an “historical problem” about the writings of an angry Georgian after the American Revolution who called himself “A Citizen.” Although “A Citizen’s” pamphlet, Cursory Remarks on Men and Measures in Georgia (1784), is the focus of … Continue reading

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