Peter Linebaugh presents Thomas Paine: Common sense, Rights of man and Agrarian justice

New York: Verso. Edited by Thomas Paine & Peter Linebaugh (2009)
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Abstract

Acclaimed historian Peter LInebaugh provides an original examination of Paine's works and legacy in the introduction to these two influential arguments for liberty of political thought--including Common Sense, which inspired the American Revolution, and The Rights of Man, a defense of the French Revolution. Original.

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