Common Sense and Rights of Man: Bold-Faced Thoughts on Revolution, Reason, and Personal Freedom

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"Thomas Paine's powerful essays inspired two of the most important revolutions in history, in America and France. America's first bestseller, 'Common Sense' (1776) is a ringing denunciation of corrupt monarchies...'Rights of Man' (1791) is a fiery condemnation of a former friend's writings and a further exploration of Paine's beliefs in innovation, free thought, and democracy..."--P. [4] of cover.

Common Sense and Rights of Man: Bold-Faced Thoughts on Revolution, Reason, and Personal Freedom 2011, Sterling

ISBN-13: 9781402778674

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