Rights Of Man Thomas Paine

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Rights of Man by Thomas Paine after 200 years Thomas Paine, an English intellect and revolutionist, demonstrated great passion for America when writing Rights of Man in 1791. Paine attributes various traits and qualities to America in his writing that some are still true today, and some are not. The Englishman states that America is formed many different nations that speak diverse languages and each has particular beliefs. Because of the large range of nations in one place, Paine believed that a stable and unified government would be inconceivable. He carries on to say that by having the foundation of the government being the “principles of society” and the “rights of man”, it is possible to overcome the difficulties. From today’s perspective
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