The Beginnings of Anglo-American and the Setting of the First Cousins War * The Protestant Background of Anglo-American Expansion and the Cousins Wars The Early Cousins Wars * Anglo-Americas First Civil Wars: The British Setting, 16301763 * America, 17631775: The Inheritance of Revolutionary Conflict * The British Empire and Civil War in the Western Hemisphere, 17751783 * The Making of a Revolution: Patriots, Loyalists, and Neutrals * Support for the American Revolution Within the British Isles * Trauma and Triumph: Saratoga and the Revitalization of the British Empire The Final Cousins War * Sectionalism, Slavery, and Religion: The Continuity of the Second and Third Cousins Wars * The Final Cousins Fight: Causes and Origins of the American Civil War * The U.S. Civil War: Loyalties, Alignments, and Partisanships, 18611865 * The U.S. Civil War and the Framework of Anglo-America The Triumph of Anglo-AmericaWar, Population, and English Language Hegemony * The Cousins Wars and the Shaping of Anglo-American Politics * Demographic Imperialism: The Second Architecture of Anglo-American Hegemony * The English Language: Words as Weaponry? * Afterword
Kevin Phillips is the bestselling author of eight previous books, including The Politics of Rich and Poor (1990) and The Emerging Republican Majority (1969). He is also a commentator for National Public Radio's Morning Edition and a contributing columnist for the Los Angeles Times. In 1984, 1988, 1992, and 1996, he was a national elections commentator for CBS Television News. He lives in West Goshen, Connecticut.