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Common Sense is well written and very clearly expresses Paine's thoughts.
What a great book and obviously Thomas Paine is not considered a "founding father" but there are few more important people than him.
Even though Thomas Paine wrote this book over 200 years ago his thoughts are still worth reading.
Great Book Part of the Canon
Every American needs to read this book.
This is an incredibly well-crafted case for independence from Great Britain. I had no idea how compelling the financial case for breaking away, how much the colonists were... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Will Hart
A good collection of revolutionary thinkers. A litte heady thoughPublished 16 days ago by Chris Cox
At the risk of sounding trite,I found all of the author's observations to not only be "common sense" but very well written, particularly by a man with a limited education. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Peter J. Brock