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Thomas. 1737--1809, American political pamphleteer, born in England. His works include the pamphlets Common Sense (1776) and Crisis (1776--83), supporting the American colonists' fight for independence; The Rights of Man (1791--92), a justification of the French Revolution; and The Age of Reason (1794--96), a defence of deism
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Slaughter has done a masterful job of providing a vehicle for fitting Paine into the teaching of the Revolution.
In court documents, Paine denied he owes the money and has a counterclaim against the bank, alleging conspiracy, malicious prosecution, libel and bad faith.
Mrs Paine revealed how: | Tony had a history of mental health issues, known to the authorities; | She had written to the judge in his case, warning he may not be safe behind bars; | Earlier this month, her son had written home saying he feared for his life and was threatened and bullied; | She rang the prison to seek help - but was only able to leave pleading messages on a voicemail system; | The only response she received was that her son had been moved into a cell by himself; | Despite being checked on hourly, due to his vulnerability, he was still able to kill himself.
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Simon Newman's essay traces Paine's reputation in the evolving political context of the early American republic, charting the way Jeffersonian Republicans in the wake of the French terror increasingly distanced themselves from Paine as he became associated with international revolution.
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The book traces, with copious reference to original source material, the sharply divergent worldviews of Thomas Paine and Edmund Burke, writers who have since become avatars of left and right.