Common Sense #2 by Thomas Paine audiobook

Common Sense #2

By Thomas Paine
Read by Timothy Patrick Miller

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0.85 Hours 1
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    ISBN: 9781509473717

There are three foundational documents that give rise to The Republic of the United States of America. Tom Paine’s Common Sense is one.  The other two are The Constitution and the Declaration of Independence.  Listen to the ideas that stirred women and men to become a new Republic on the road to freedom for all.

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There are three foundational documents that give rise to The Republic of the United States of America. Tom Paine’s Common Sense is one.  The other two are The Constitution and the Declaration of Independence.  Listen to the ideas that stirred women and men to become a new Republic on the road to freedom for all.

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Author Bio: Thomas Paine

Author Bio: Thomas Paine

Thomas Paine (1737–1809) was a pamphleteer, revolutionary, radical, liberal, intellectual, and one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. Born in Great Britain, he emigrated to America at the suggestion of Benjamin Franklin just in time to promote the American Revolution with his powerful, widely read pamphlet, Common Sense. Later, he was a great influence on the French Revolution. He wrote Rights of Man as a guide to the ideas of the Enlightenment. Despite an inability to speak French, he was elected to the French National Assembly in 1792. Regarded as an ally of the Girondists, he was seen with increasing disfavor by the Montagnards and in particular by Robespierre. He was arrested in Paris and imprisoned in December 1793; he was released in 1794. He became notorious with his book, The Age of Reason, which advocated deism and took issue with Christian doctrines. While in France, he also wrote a pamphlet titled Agrarian Justice, which discussed the origins of property and introduced a concept that is similar to a guaranteed minimum income. He remained in France until 1802, when he returned to America on an invitation from Thomas Jefferson, who had been elected president.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Nonfiction/Philosophy
Runtime: 0.85
Audience: Adult
Language: English