Founding Brothers

Ellis says, “the central events of the achievements of the revolutionary era and the early republic were political.

What does this mean? Also, Evaluate Ellis’ statement in light of the episodes he introduces

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He is basically saying that the central events during the revolutionary era were done behind the scened in diplomatic and political channels. One such example could be the infamous dinner (Chapter 2) which Thomas Jefferson held to decide the issues of the early nation's deficit and the location of its new capitol.