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Jonathan Mayhew: Conservative Revolutionary
Unformatted Document Text:  prepared text. Those prepared texts, which were often subsequently published, appealed to an educated audience and fit within Liberal tradition of rational preaching and a paternalistic social hierarchy. In contrast, we can imagine his rhetoric on that August day as more passionate, perhaps coarser, appealing to the common people and thus, inadvertently, “attacking the habit of deference to the written word and to the gentlemen who mastered it.” 61 The leveling consequences of his rhetoric were manifested the following day in the mob’s outward attack on one of Boston’s most prominent symbols of the old order. Mayhew, aghast at how vulnerable the old norms of hierarchy, order and deference were, mortified at his role in facilitating the attack on these norms, would spend his remaining few months attempting to reestablish them. 61 Stout, “Religion . . . and the Ideological Origins of the American Revolution,” 529-530. 29

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prepared text. Those prepared texts, which were often subsequently published, appealed to an
educated audience and fit within Liberal tradition of rational preaching and a paternalistic social
hierarchy. In contrast, we can imagine his rhetoric on that August day as more passionate,
perhaps coarser, appealing to the common people and thus, inadvertently, “attacking the habit of
deference to the written word and to the gentlemen who mastered it.”
The leveling
consequences of his rhetoric were manifested the following day in the mob’s outward attack on
one of Boston’s most prominent symbols of the old order. Mayhew, aghast at how vulnerable
the old norms of hierarchy, order and deference were, mortified at his role in facilitating the
attack on these norms, would spend his remaining few months attempting to reestablish them.
61
Stout, “Religion . . . and the Ideological Origins of the American Revolution,” 529-530.
29


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