Marston, Jerrilyn Greene. King and Congress. The Transfer of Political Legitimacy, 1774-1776. Princeton Legacy Library, 2014.
This book describes the history of the Continental Congress in the light of its being in the forefront of the struggle of America with the Great Britain. It is valuable for the research, because it provides a new perspective on the history of the Congress. The author of the book claims that the expectation of Americans as for the central government functioning were formed under the British monarchy and were of executive kind. Uniting and describing different perspectives will help in formation of complete view of the problem.
Adams, William Howard. Gouverneur Morris: An Independent Life. Yale University Press, 2003.
This book is a biography of the prominent racy, plainspoken patrician, who was ...