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The Essential Works of Thomas Paine - Common Sense The Rights of Man & The Age of Reason Speeches Letters and Biography - cover

The Essential Works of Thomas Paine - Common Sense The Rights of Man & The Age of Reason Speeches Letters and Biography

Thomas Paine

Publisher: Madison & Adams Press

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Madison & Adams press presents to you this meticulously edited Thomas Paine collection, formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. 
Common Sense 
The American Crisis 
The Rights of Man 
The Age of Reason 
The Republican Proclamation 
To the Authors of "Le Républicain" 
To the Abbé Sièyes 
To the Attorney General 
To Mr. Secretary Dundas 
Letters to Onslow Cranley 
To the Sheriff of the County of Sussex 
To Mr. Secretary Dundas 
Letter Addressed to the Addressers on the Late Proclamation 
Address to the People of France 
Anti-Monarchal Essay for the Use of New Republicans 
To the Attorney General, on the Prosecution against the Second Part 
On the Propriety of Bringing Louis XIV to Trial 
Reasons for Preserving the Life of Louis Capet 
Shall Louis XVI have Respite? 
Declaration of Rights 
Private Letters to Jefferson 
Letter to Danton 
A Citizen of America to the Citizens of Europe 
Appeal to the Convention 
The Memorial to Monroe 
Letter to George Washington 
Dissertation on First Principles of Government 
The Constitution of 1795 
The Decline and Fall of the English System of Finance 
Agrarian Justice 
The Eighteenth Fructidor 
The Recall of Monroe 
Private Letter to President Jefferson 
Proposal that Louisiana be Purchased 
Thomas Paine to the Citizens of the United States 
To the French Inhabitants of Louisiana 
A Letter Addressed to the Abbe Raynal 
The Life of Thomas Paine by Moncure D. Conway
Available since: 05/08/2019.
Print length: 1739 pages.

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