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The Disaffected: Britain’s Occupation of Philadelphia During the American Revolution by Aaron Sullivan (2019)

Winner of the ARRTOP Book of the Year Award for the best book on the American Revolution Era published in 2019, granted by the American Revolution Round Table of Philadelphia

“[A] fascinating look at the plight of a group of Philadelphia civilians known as the ‘Disaffected’ as they experienced the early days of the Revolution and the British take-over of their city.”—Journal of the American Revolution

Focusing on the British occupation of Philadelphia from 1777 to 1778, The Disaffected highlights the perspectives of those wearied by and withdrawn from the War for Independence and reveals the consequences of a Revolutionary ideology that assumed the nation’s people to be a united and homogenous front.


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