English-American author and humanitarian Thomas Paine (1737-1809).
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Cartoon by Garland (full name unknown) published in the British newspaper the INDEPENDENT in which the Ayatollah Khomeini is throwing a copy of THE RIGHTS OF MAN by Tom Paine onto a bonfire stoked w. copies of THE SATANIC VERSES by...More
The house at New Rochelle, New York, given to revolutionary philiosopher Thomas Paine by the Continental Congress in gratitude for his services to the American Revolutionary cause.
A framed page of Thomas Paine's book, Common Sense, part of Freedom Train exhibition.
English-born American philosopher and writer, Thomas Paine (1737 - 1809), author of 'The Rights of Man'.
Title page of the R. Bell edition of 'Common Sense' by American author and politician Thomas Paine, 1776. Subtitled 'Addressed to the Inhabitants of America, on the following subjects. I. Of the Origins and Design of Government in...More
The first issue of the Pennsylvania Magazine or American Monthly Museum, published in Philadelphia by Thomas Paine. Original Artwork: Engraved by R Aitken.
The English-born American revolutionary philosopher Thomas Paine, (1737 - 1809), who wrote and published 'The Rights of Man', (1791 - 1792), in England. In it he expressed his support for the French Revolution and called for the...More