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📙 Thomas Paine: A Collection of Unknown Writings by Hazel Burgess (eds.) — free epub


A collection of writings by Thomas Paine previously unseen since their first appearance, including political pieces, private letters and verse. Covers his Common Sense years in the revolutionary American colonies; his time in Europe, when he published Rights of Man and The Age of Reason ; and his last years in the firmly united states of America.



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