Alfred Young informs us that our humble shoemaker, George Robert Twelves Hewes, became a citizen as a result of his participant in the events leading

Alfred Young informs us that our humble shoemaker, George Robert Twelves Hewes, became a citizen as a result of his participant in the events leading up to and during the American Revolution. Young further argues that Hewes’ affirmation of his worth as a human being (that “he was as good as any man”) was a form of class consciousness. How is Young’s definition of class consciousness different from E. P. Thompson’s as articulated in The Making of the English Working Class?

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