Edgar, Gregory T. Reluctant Break with Britain: From Stamp Act to Bunker Hill. Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, Inc., 2008. First Edition. ISBN: 9780788405853. New.
Pictorial wrappers, 330 pp. New. Paperback. 
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"This new book focuses on the causes of the Revolution, and the patriots' desire to remain within the British Empire...Mr. Edgar presents a balanced view of the motives and reasoning behind each new Parliamentary measure affecting the colonies, then the Americans' opposition to it, and the subsequent response of Britain. Readers can relive Boston's riotous 'Tea Party,' and read the personal accounts on both sides to determine who fired the first 'shot heard round the world' on Lexington Common which started the war...The book ends with a detailed presentation of the Battle of Bunker Hill."