Attention Graduate Students: Read Tea and Antipathy: A Bibliographic Supplement

Last night we did a post on Caleb Crain’s New Yorker essay, “Tea and Empathy: Did Principle or Pragmatism Start the American Revolution?”

Today at Crain’s blog, “Steamboats Are Ruining Everything,” you can find his bibliographic supplement to the piece.  I would encourage everyone to look at this suipplement, but if you are a graduate student in American history who needs to know something about the historiography of the American Revolution in Boston (not much here on the mid-Atlantic or the south) this is a must read.