- Title Pages
- A Note on Archival Sources
Part IRevolution: Philadelphia, 1769
Chapter OneCustom Houses, Negotiated Authority, and the Bonds of Empire, 1714–1776
Part IIRevenue and Empire: Bermuda Hundred, 1795
Chapter TwoPolitical Economy and the Making of the Customs System
Chapter ThreeNegotiating Authority in Federalist America, 1789–1800
Part IIIRevenue and Crisis: Baltimore, 1808
Chapter FourCommerce or War?
Chapter FiveJefferson’s Embargo and the Era of Commercial Restrictions, 1807–1815
Part IVReform: Boston, 1817
Chapter SixDismantling Discretion, 1816–1828
- Epilogue: Charleston, 1832
- National Duties
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