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    Sarah J. Bailyn (2002). Who Makes the Rules? Using Wittgenstein in Social Theory. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour 32 (3):311–329.
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    John Paul Russo (2013). Greece and Rome in America. Modern Intellectual History 10 (1):177-192.
    The classics appear conspicuously in the pamphlet wars of the American Revolution, though in the opinion of Bernard Bailyn , their presence is “window-dressing” and their influence “superficial.” They are “ everywhere illustrative, not determinative, of thought” . Up the scale in influence comes Enlightenment rationalism, also “superficial” but only “at times”—that removes the foreigners, ancient and modern. Then, further up the scale are English common-law writers, “powerfully influential” though still insufficiently “determinative”; above them, a “major source,” New England (...)
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