This chapter is a survey of political attitudes in Britain on America in the decades after the American Revolution, which discusses constitutional issues, the French Revolution, republicanism, and slavery. It looks at several British travellers to the United States in the early nineteenth century, including Harriet Martineau and Mrs Trollope.
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