Common Sense and Other Writings
Publish date: September 1st 2005
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Classics
Pages no: 394
Edition language: English
, Non Fiction
, American Classics
I, of course, read Common Sense once upon a time in high school, but can't remember much about it other than the mystique that surrounds Paine's most famous work. I'm thinking about starting a new blog called "Education of a Political Journalist" in which I read and explore American political writin...
I really enjoyed reading this book. I see why now the pamphlet was called Common Sense. The content makes so much sense; however, I do not think that is the best or most important writing in this version. That designation rests with The Rights of Man. I definitely feel that was Paine was getting...
Definitely a needed read.
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