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  1. The American Crisis by Thomas Paine, 2010-05-23
  2. Thomas Paine: Common Sense and Revolutionary Pamphleteering (The Library of American Lives and Times) by Brian McCartin, 2009-10-20
  3. The Writings Of Thomas Paine, Complete With Index to Volumes I - IV by Thomas Paine, 2010-02-16
  4. Common Sense(American Classics Series) by Thomas Paine, 2008-07-16
  5. The Age of Reason; Being an Investigation of True and Fabulous Theology by Thomas Paine, 2010-10-14
  6. Common Sense (Penguin Great Ideas) by Thomas Paine, 2005-09-06
  7. Works of Thomas Paine. Includes Common Sense, The American Crisis, The Rights of Man, The Age of Reason and A Letter Addressed to the Abbe Raynal (mobi) by Thomas Paine, 2008-10-23
  8. The Elementary Common Sense of Thomas Paine: the famous 1776 pamphlet edited and adapted for ages 11 to adult. by Mark Wilensky, 2006-04-28
  9. Citizen Tom Paine by Howard Fast, 1994-05-05
  10. The Political Philosophy of Thomas Paine (The Political Philosophy of the American Founders) by Jack Fruchtman Jr., 2009-07-30
  11. The Age of Reason, the Complete Edition by Thomas Paine, 2009-08-01
  12. Thomas Paine's Rights of Man (Books That Changed the World) by Christopher Hitchens, 2008-09-01
  13. The Collected Works of Thomas Paine (Halcyon Classics) by Thomas Paine, 2009-08-20
  14. The Age of Reason by Thomas Paine - Include active table of contents

21. - Home
A journal of news, opinion and alternative views, inspired by thomas paine, author of Common Sense and The Rights of Man.
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Tell The Truth
Krugman sees the NYT Iraq coverage as a symptom of the media's larger failure to be critical. Friday 10:21 AM
More Women Need To Run, Vote and Lead
Sonia Ghandi just led her party to victory in India, but American women are still on the sidelines. Friday 10:19 AM
Lech Walesa: America "Failed"
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Abu Ghraib And The Federal Bench
Act Now Bush's newest judicial nominee? The guy who designed our enemy-detainee policy. Friday 11:23 AM
27 War Rationales
Wonky but Worth It How do we justify war? Let us count the ways.

22. The Age Of Reason
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23. Government
An essay about the origination and evolution of government including an analysis of the history of government based upon the ideas of John Lock, thomas paine, and Aristotle.
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24. The School Of Cooperative Individualism
Explores the principles of cooperative individualism, as developed by thomas paine, Henry George and other champions of liberty. Included is an extensive library of reference materials and an internal search engine on political economy.
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25. The Philosophy Of Paine (Thomas A. Edison )
thomas paine National Historical Association. 983 North Avenue. The Philosophy of paine (thomas A. Edison ). The Philosophy of paine by thomas A. Edison.
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by Thomas A. Edison June 7, 1925 Tom Paine has almost no influence on present-day thinking in the United States because he is unknown to the average citizen. Perhaps I might say right here that this is a national loss and a deplorable lack of understanding concerning the man who first proposed and first wrote those impressive words, 'the United States of America.' But it is hardly strange. Paine's teachings have been debarred from schools everywhere and his views of life misrepresented until his memory is hidden in shadows, or he is looked upon as of unsound mind. We never had a sounder intelligence in this Republic. He was the equal of Washington in making American liberty possible. Where Washington performed Paine devised and wrote. The deeds of one in the Weld were matched by the deeds of the other with his pen. Washington himself appreciated Paine at his true worth. Franklin knew him for a great patriot and clear thinker. He was a friend and confidant of Jefferson, and the two must often have debated the academic and practical phases of liberty. I consider Paine our greatest political thinker. As we have not advanced, and perhaps never shall advance, beyond the Declaration and Constitution, so Paine has had no successors who extended his principles. Although the present generation knows little of Paine's writings, and although he has almost no influence upon contemporary thought, Americans of the future will justly appraise his work. I am certain of it. Truth is governed by natural laws and cannot be denied. Paine spoke truth with a peculiarly clear and forceful ring. Therefore time must balance the scales. The Declaration and the Constitution expressed in form Paine's theory of political rights. He worked in Philadelphia at the time that the first document was written, and occupied a position of intimate contact with the nation's leaders when they framed the Constitution.

26. Paine, Thomas
18th century British political writer.

27. Thomas Paine A Rebel With A Cause
thomas paine a rebel with a cause In this lesson, students read selections from thomas paine apos;s writing and evaluate his works. The site includes links to the readings with activities that

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a rebel with a cause
The government that we are investigating in this course was founded in the late eighteenth century by a radical group of Englishmen who lived in the American colonies. One of the lesser known of these figures is Thomas Paine. The purpose of this lesson is to "go back in time," read some of his original work, and evalute its importance. FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS (Each of the blue or purple items is a link to an outside source. Click your mouse on each of them. After exploring each link, use the "BACK" button on the browser to return to this page and continue. As questions arise, respond to them on paper. Take the time to look at the Declaration of Independence and review its transcription Now meet Thomas Paine the author of Common Sense , a pamphlet written to stir the emotions of the colonists. 1. As you read about Paine's major accompishments, what was the first indication that he was not a conservative thinker? Read the introduction to Common Sense and the section titled

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The Thomas Paine Project The Thomas Paine Project is dedicated to the notion that the Bill of Rights is the American people's Ten Commandments of Freedom. As such, it should be regarded as inviolate. You don't bend it, tweak it or ignore it for a little while When politicians and police officers enter into public service, they swear an oath to "support and defend the Constitution of the U.S. against all enemies, foreign and domestic." Their oath and allegiance is not to country, or state, or government. They swear allegiance to the Constitution of the United States of America. Unfortunately, few politicians and even fewer police officers honor that oath. Today, officals who are sworn to protect the Constitution and serve the public are actively engaged in the destruction our civil liberties. The Bill of Rights is the only protection "we the people" have against the excesses of an abusive government. There are no Constitutional Police. It is the responsibility of you and I and people like us to defend our rights. IF WE DON'T DO IT, WHO WILL?

30. Busts Of Famous Freethinkers, Free Thought Sculpture, Icons And Quotations
Busts and famous quotations plaques series of thomas paine, Robert G. Ingersoll, and Voltaire.
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31. Reader's Companion To American History - -PAINE, THOMAS
The Reader s Companion to American History. paine, thomas. (17371809), political philosopher and writer. I know not whether any
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, political philosopher and writer. "I know not whether any man in the world has had more influence on its inhabitants or affairs for the last thirty years than Tom Paine." So wrote John Adams in 1805. In an age of political pamphleteering, Paine had become the most influential pamphleteer of all. His writings remain classic statements of the egalitarian, democratic faith of the Age of Revolution. Paine's origins lay among the lower orders of eighteenth-century England. The son of a Quaker corset maker, he practiced his father's trade and then worked as an excise tax collector. His father's religion undoubtedly influenced Paine's humanitarianism, and a strong interest in Newtonian science helped him develop a hatred for governments that rested on hereditary privilege. Paine immigrated to Philadelphia in 1774 and soon became acquainted with advocates of political change. In January 1776, he published Common Sense

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33. Great American History Fact-Finder - -Paine, Thomas
The Great American History FactFinder. paine, thomas. (1737-1809), English-born Revolutionary, political philosopher, and writer.
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Paine, Thomas
, English-born Revolutionary, political philosopher, and writer. Paine's influential pamphlet Common Sense was the first to advocate independence for the American colonies. During the American Revolution he wrote a series of sixteen pamphlets called The Crisis , which helped inspire the Revolutionaries. After the Revolution Paine returned to England, where he defended the French Revolution in his Rights of Man . Charged with libel, Paine fled to France, where he was elected to the National Convention but was later imprisoned. While in prison, he wrote Age of Reason , which upset many with its deist religious views. James Monroe obtained Paine's release, and he returned to the United States in 1802, where he died in poverty.
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34. America's Real Religion, And Essays, By Gene Garman
Provides primary sources for quotations from Benjamin Franklin, George Washington, thomas paine, John Adams, thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and Abraham Lincoln regarding their personal religion and regarding religion's proper relationship to government.
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The issue of religion and government is a major debate in the United States of America. Fortunately, the Supreme Court of the United States researched the religion clauses of the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution long before it made decisions about such matters as required prayer ( Engel v. Vitale, 1962) and required Bible reading ( Abington v. Schempp, 1963). In 1879 ( Reynolds v. U.S. Everson v. Board ), and 1948 ( McCollum v. Board

35. Thomas Paine --  Encyclopædia Britannica
paine, thomas Encyclopædia Britannica Article. thomas paine born January 29, 1737, Thetford, Norfolk, England died June 8, 1809, New York, NY, US

Talk by Dr. Norman F. Hall given on September 15, 1996 at a meeting of the Humanist Fellowship of San Diego at the thomas paine Coffeehouse.
A Talk by Dr. Norman F. Hall
Given on September 15, 1996 at a meeting of the Humanist Fellowship of San Diego at the Thomas Paine Coffeehouse Good morning. I am Dr. Norman Hall, a scientist. My doctoral training was in molecular genetics, and I have worked professionally as a cardiac biochemist and a physical oceanographer. When I tell you that I am a scientist, one among the many things that means is that I won't knowingly lie to you. When I give you my opinions, I will take responsibility for them. I will not, as do many religious believers, attribute my own ideas to God, implying that they are timeless and universal truths. Although I will endeavor to speak the truth, as I see it, neverthless, nothing I say should be taken for the Truth (with a capital T). Everything that I believe, as a scientist, everything I say, is provisional, and the possibility exists that it may be mistaken. I wouln't say it, however, if I did not believe it to be very probably true. That's the best I can do, and I firmly believe that is the best anyone can do. Being a scientist also means that I have great faith in science as a system of obtaining communicable knowledge that is very likely to be true. Not only is it the best system I know of, it's the only system. When people tell me that they have some way of obtaining true knowledge that is outside the realm of competence of science, and that I should believe that knowledge to be true, I am not only doubtful, I become suspicious, wary, and concerned.

37. Thomas Paine Network Free Enterprise
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    Believe it or not, many libertarians support welfare payments to the wealthy. Here is what they endorse: They want to issue welfare permits, so that whoever has a welfare permit is allowed to collect welfare payments from other people within a given area - even if that person is able-bodied, and even if that person has a high income. The welfare permits can also be bought and sold. Those welfare permits sound absurd, don't they? Yet that is exactly what many libertarians advocate.

    paine, thomas (17371809) Radical Writer Born in England to an Episcopalian mother and a Quaker father, paine drifted from occupation to occupation until he
    THOMAS PAINE .............. BIOGRAPHY ..............
    Four years later, he published part one of Rights of Man, followed by part two the next year. In Rights of Man, Paine replied to Edmund Burke's criticism of the French Revolution. Paine's treatise was condemned in England, and he was outlawed, so he moved to France. Without ever learning how to read or speak French, Paine participated in French politics, helping to draft a constitution, which was never adopted, and serving as one of two foreigners on the National Convention. In 1793, Paine was imprisoned in the Luxembourg Prison, where he lived in fear of execution. James Monroe, American Ambassador to France, secured Paine's release after the French Terror ended. Nevertheless, Paine publicly denounced the Washington administration in 1796 for having failed to help him.
    After his release, Paine completed The Age of Reason, an attack on revealed religion, on the basis of which he was accused of being an atheist. He published Agrarian Justice in 1797, and returned to America five years later, where he was ignored by the intellectual community. By 1809, he was interred on his farm in New Rochelle, New York, where he died. Radical reformer William Cobbett wished to return Paine's bones to England for a memorial burial ten years after his death, but lost the remains after they were exhumed.

    39. Thetford Ancient House Museum
    Housed in a Tudor merchant's house built about 1490, the museum, founded by the son of an Indian Maharajah, contains items relating to Maharajah Duleep Singh and thomas paine, and replicas of the Thetford Treasure, a hoard of late Roman jewellery and spoons.

    40. Biografía - Paine, Thomas
    paine, thomas Nacionalidad Gran Bretaña Thetford 29-1-1737 - Nueva York 8-7-1809.
    Nacionalidad: Gran Bretaña
    Thetford 29-1-1737 - Nueva York 8-7-1809
    Desciende de una familia con pocos medios, por lo que apenas pudo estudiar. Desde entonces desempeñó diversos oficios. Atraído por la literatura nunca dejó de ampliar sus conocimientos en este campo. En 1774 emprende un viaje a Filadelfia. Allí entra a trabajar como director de "Pennsylvania Magazine or American Museum", una revista en la que criticó las prácticas esclavistas. Dos años después saldría a la luz su ensayo "Common Sense", donde realiza un estudio de la situación política en Estados Unidos, al tiempo que muestra su apoyo a la independencia . A partir de entonces publicaría un sinfín de libros en la misma línea que el anterior. En Gran Bretaña edita "Los derechos del hombre", una narración que le costaría el exilio a Francia. En este país formó parte de la Convención , oponiéndose a la ejecución de Luis XVII . Considerado antirrevolucionario le hicieron prisionero durante un año. Entonces abandonó la política. En estos años inicia su obra "La Edad de la Razón", una crítica contra el cristianismo. Es autor de una extensa producción literaria.
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