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Common sense and the crisis /
[by] Thomas Paine.
edition
Dolphin books ed. --
imprint
Garden City, N. Y. : Doubleday, 1960.
description
240 p.
ISBN
014040032X :
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imprint
Garden City, N. Y. : Doubleday, 1960.
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014040032X :
catalogue key
1052826
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Appeared in Library Journal on 2005-10-01:
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...well orated by reader George Vafiadis. The language and sentiment are not as outmoded as some listeners might expect and it definitely feels patriotic to hear again the fundamentals of America's beginnings." -- Kliatt MagazineGeorge Washington wrote, "I find that Common Sense is working a powerful change there (Virginia) in the minds of many men." The passion of the patriot Thomas Paine comes straight on and one can better understand the forces that shaped this country.

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