The Political Philosophy of Thomas Paine
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The Political Philosophy of Thomas Paine

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This concise, thoughtful introduction to the work of Thomas Paine, author of Common Sense and Rights of Man, explores the impact of one of the most influential minds of the American and French Revolutions and the sources from which his thinking evolved.

In Jack Fruchtman Jr.'s helpful interpretation, Paine built his argument for radical revolution in 1776 on a study of natu...more
Hardcover, 224 pages
Published July 30th 2009 by Johns Hopkins University Press
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A good summary and profound analysis of a complicated and probably ( in his day) infuriating man. Influential in American history, Paine was really a precursor for various social programs and community responsibility. A good read for fans of revolutionary American history
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