Date of Award
Bachelor of Arts
Mr. Daniel P. Jordan, Jr.
The United States of America owes much to its disobedient diplomats. They secured for this country its independence and original boundaries and later gained the expansion of these boundaries.
This paper examines early examples of such disobedience. It deals with the acts themselves, the viewpoints of the givers and the violators of instructions, and the overall significance to the United States.
Powers, Thomas Lynwood, "Diplomatic disobedience in American history 1781-1807" (1969). Honors Theses. 692.