Livro - Common Sense

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<P Align="Justify"> The publication of Thomas Paine's incendiary pamphlet, Common Sense, in January of 1776 proved the tipping point for America's Revolutionary War. Its eloquent and reasoned argument about the inherent unfairness of monarchic succession and its catalogue of abuses by the English Crown against the colonies, was crucial to persuading the colonists and their leaders to take up arms against British troops. <br><br> Selling as many as a half-million copies in its first year of publication, <strong> Common Sense </strong> reached literate citizens in the colonies in a way that no other tract had done before and its accessible prose was instrumental in outlining common goals and objectives for a country just coming into its sense of a national identity. <br><br> This edition features the full text of Thomas Paine's pamphlet, a scholarly Foreword on the social and political significance of the tract, and a Chronology of Thomas Paine's Life. <br><br> <strong> Imagens meramente ilustrativas. <br><br> </strong><br><br>

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Código121563758
Código de barras9781435146013
TítuloCommon Sense
ISBN9781435146013
Páginas112
Edição
Tipo de capaBrochura
FormatoLivro
EditoraBarnes & Noble
Ano2013
AssuntoLiteratura Estrangeira
IdiomaInglês
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