Representatives of the People in Opposition to the People
1780s. Looks at the beginning of the transformation from American Loyalists to New Brunswickers through analyzing Governor Thomas Carleton’s policies, political dissent and criminal trials of two printers
DAVID BELL is a graduate in history and the law from Queen's University, the University of New Brunswick and Harvard University. He has written extensively on Maritime history, with books on legal and religious history as well as the award-winning book Early Loyalist Saint John. He is professor of law at the University of New Brunswick, and lives in Jackson Falls, NB.