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  • authors/composers, and what were they known for? (Mary Otis Warren, Thomas Jefferson, Thomas Paine, William Billings.) 2. How do the battles of Lexington and Concord
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  • Representation Samuel Adams Tea Act Boston Tea Party Intolerable of Coercive Acts Thomas Paine's Common Sense Sons of Liberty Patrick Henry Franco-American Alliance
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  • cultures and people. It also includes writing about your own theories. Thomas Paine's "Common Sense" The philosophies of Buddha Einstein's theories on Nuclear
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  • Allen, and Thomas Paine. (A notable writing of this last-named is The Age of Reason, which said that it was idiotic to believe in miracles.) Thomas Jefferson
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  • American Revolution, and various thinkers such as Franklin, Jefferson and Thomas Paine are associated with the rejection of tyrannical, closed government decision
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  • by wide-ranging popular literacy among men. The popular response to Thomas Paine’s 1791 Rights of Man fuelled “literacy from below” as artisans and the
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  • on the colonies as the colonies on the mother country. According to Thomas Paine, “as long as the people of Europe like to eat every day, they will come
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  • nearly up." In those gloomy days, sharing the privations of the army, Thomas Paine wrote the first number of an irregularly issued periodical, known as
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  • Johnson's famous dinners and met such luminaries as the radical pamphleteer Thomas Paine and the philosopher William Godwin. The first time Godwin and Wollstonecraft
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  • created enough chaos to start a world war. ^ Paine, T., Foot, M., & Kremnick, I. (1987). Thomas paine reader. Penguin Books ^ "The Arab Uprising's Cascading
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  • rapidly in response to British actions; the options were clarified by Thomas Paine's pamphlet Common Sense, released in January 1776. The "Lee Resolution"
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  • July as a PR effort to induce patriotism. George Washington recruited Thomas Paine to write the Crisis Papers, which he read to the US troops. They went
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  • Mill, such "pre-capitalist" liberals would include such radicals as Thomas Paine, who envisioned a society based on artisan and small farmers (i.e. a
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  • extraordinary consequences being the pamphlet Common Sense authored by Thomas Paine. Newspapers printed during this time did not have much of the credibility
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  • Call for more arguments to support or disprove this theory or ideas! Thomas Paine - The Age of Reason (1794, 1795, 1807) William Paley - Natural Theology:
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  • that stands it now, deserves the love and thanks of men and women." - Thomas Paine "I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty
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  • They would not return South for more than two years. In January 1776, Thomas Paine, a radical political theorist and writer who had come to America from
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  • philosophers. A debate on the “standing armies” between Edmund Burke and Thomas Paine – and specifically the arguments of the latter – is often said to have
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  • f. [75v] 1    My herte I gave the not to do yt paine 2    but to pre{p'}serve / yt was to the takin 3    I ser{{s}8}uid the not to be forsakin 4    but
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  • authors/composers, and what were they known for? (Mary Otis Warren, Thomas Jefferson, Thomas Paine, William Billings.) 2. How do the battles of Lexington and Concord
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