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1. Spectacular America
2. Spectacular America
3. Startling Stories - July 1947-
4. Members of the South Australian
5. Trial of Miss Madeline Smith in
6. Saturday Evening Post January
7. Merveilleuse Amerique
8. Thrilling Wonder Stories - June
9. Trial of Miss Madeline Smith.
10. Trial of Miss Madeline Smith in
12. The Never Realized Republic: Political
13. Hamilton Electric Watch Repair
14. AMAZING STORIES - Volume 37, number
15. Irish Book of Arms Genealogy Heraldry
16. Amerikas : Faszinierende Landschaften
17. Australian cave bats,: A provisional
18. Eminent Methodists: Twelve booklets
19. Common Sense ($.99 Patriot Classics

1. Spectacular America
Board book: 132 Pages (1994)
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Asin: 0883639750
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Large Oversized Board BookBeautiful Photography ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Eye-Popping Landscapes!
One of the most beautifully compiled "coffee table" picture books in print. The awe-inspiring photography, coupled with the large format and interesting text, makes this a 'proud to own' book.
Anna Marie Fritz, author of "Funny Feline Fotos," and other amazon books. ... Read more

2. Spectacular America
Board book: 132 Pages (1994-11-01)
list price: US$75.00
Isbn: 0883633949
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Featuring 180 color plates and accompanying text, Spectacular America conveys all the grandeur of the country's most awe-inspiring sites. On pages nearly the size of a TV screen, and in 36 pages of foldouts opening to nearly four feet in width, renowned photographers present America's most exquisite vistas in all their glorious depth and detail. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars The title says it all!!
This trulyis a spectacular book!!What a wonderful girft to give to anyone.The photography captures the essence of each location and shows off how very spectacular America is. I consider it one of the most beautiful coffee table books that I've ever seen.Well worth the money!!

5-0 out of 5 stars This book highlights all the places one should visit.
This book is wonderful, it captures the beauty of America in page after page of splendor.It's a must for everyone that enjoys what America has to offer for scenery.I have bought many of these books as gifts to peoplefrom other countries.I think it shows just how beautiful America is, andhelps them decide where to visit.Everyone we've given this book to seemsto love it.Seeing is believing in this book.You won't be disappointed! ... Read more

3. Startling Stories - July 1947- Vol. 15, No. 3
by Henry; Smith, George O.; Hamilton, Edmond; Binder, Otto; Bergey, Earle Kuttner
 Paperback: Pages (1947)

Asin: B000HX3EHG
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4. Members of the South Australian House of Assembly: Thomas Playford Iv, Mike Rann, King O'malley, Michael Atkinson, Martin Hamilton-Smith
Paperback: 368 Pages (2010-09-15)
list price: US$44.08 -- used & new: US$33.50
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Asin: 1155563298
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Chapters: Thomas Playford Iv, Mike Rann, King O'malley, Michael Atkinson, Martin Hamilton-Smith, Peter Lewis, Tom Stott, Patrick Glynn, Iain Evans, Cecil Hincks, Gil Langley, Geoff Brock, Archie Cameron, William Archibald, Condor Laucke, Albert Hawke, Rory Mcewen, Peter Duncan, Thomas Butterfield, George Charles Hawker, Grace Portolesi, Bob Such, Vaiben Solomon, Stephanie Key, William Carpenter, Edward Craigie, E. H. Coombe, Rob Kerin, Edwin Thomas Smith, Mark Brindal, Charles Bonney, Vickie Chapman, John Colton, Horace Dean, Albert Percy Blesing, Isobel Redmond, Albert Robinson, James Hutchison, John Henry Barrow, Karlene Maywald, William Randell, Ernest Roberts, Tom Kenyon, Joe Scalzi, Reginald Blundell, William Henry Bundey, John Livingston, Chloe Fox, Hermann Homburg, John Angas, Jenkin Coles, Kris Hanna, John Lancelot Stirling, Kevin Foley, Herbert Basedow, Sydney Mchugh, Randolph Isham Stow, Joyce Steele, Joan Hall, John Rau, Trish White, Patrick Conlon, Matthew Moorhouse, Richard Bullock Andrews, John Shannon, Ted Chapman, David Pisoni, John Newlands, Joseph Vardon, Tom Koutsantonis, Jay Weatherill, Ralph Clarke, Rowland Rees, Edward Vardon, Frances Bedford, Graham Gunn, Michael O'brien, William Russell, Jane Lomax-Smith, John Hill, Paul Caica, Stephen Baker, Duncan Mcfetridge, Ivan Venning, Leon Bignell, Len King, James Mclachlan, Lindsay Simmons, William Senior, Rex Pearson, Sidney O'flaherty, John Chapman, Graham Ingerson, John Critchley, Lea Stevens, Mitch Williams, Steve Condous, George Fowler, Liz Penfold, Heather Southcott, Vini Ciccarello, Victor Marra Newland, Dorothy Kotz, Steven Griffiths, William Milne, Dale Baker, Lyn Breuer, Michael Armitage, Jennifer Rankine, Mark Goldsworthy, Michael Pengilly, John Oswald, Jack Snelling, Malcolm Buckby, David Wade, Adrian Pederick, David Wotton, Michael Wright, Norm Peterson, Gay Thompson, Ted Connelly, Percy Quirke, Tony Piccolo, William Mcananey, Robyn Geraghty, Pet...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=8096037 ... Read more

5. Trial of Miss Madeline Smith in the High Court of Justiciary, Edinburgh, on the Charge O[f] Poisoning. June 30-July 9, 1857
by Madeline Hamilton Smith
 Hardcover: Pages (1857-01-01)

Asin: B002ARMWNY
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6. Saturday Evening Post January 30 1954 Vol 226 No 31 - True Firsts - House of Terror (conclusion) by Ann Head; The Man from Laramie (fifth of eight parts) by T. T. Flynn
by Ann Head, T. T. Flynn, Carolyn Hamilton, Philip Wylie, Olaf Ruben, Amy Fox, Mary Harrington Feldman, Maj. Gen. Willim F. Dean and William L Worden, Ernest O. Hauser, Beverly Smith
Paperback: Pages (1954)

Asin: B002OVBZ7U
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Includes: Short Stories - Marriage Isn't for Me by Carolyn Hamilton; The Affair of the Arden Amazon by Philip Wylie; Uprising on the Watumb by Olaf Ruben; The Door to the Strange World by Amy Fox. Articles - I Crashed in Suidice Seat by mary Harrington Feldman; My Three years as a dead Man (second of six articles) by Maj. Gen. Willaim F. Dean, USA with William L. Worden; Our Best Briend in the Near East by Earnest O. Hauser; A Day in the Life of the President by Beverly Smith; I Saw the Struggle in the Explanation Tents by Maj. Charles Fogg, USA; The New Leisure, What They do with Neelde and Thread! by Sally Wright; They're Using Lipstick at Harvard Now by Henry F. and Katharine Pringle. Serials - House of Terror (conclusion) by Ann Head; The Man from Laramie (fifth of eight parts) by T. T. Flynn; etc. ... Read more

7. Merveilleuse Amerique
by Dana Levy, Letitia Burns O'Connor
 Hardcover: Pages (1994)

Asin: B002ZW54NE
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In French language. Large sized coffee table photography book of the United States. ... Read more

8. Thrilling Wonder Stories - June 1948 - Vol. XXXII, No. 2
by Ray; Hamilton, Edmond; Cummings, Ray; Smith, George O.; Tenn, William; Leinster, Murray; Bergey, Earle; Finlay, Virgil Bradbury
 Paperback: Pages (1948)

Asin: B001AT478Q
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9. Trial of Miss Madeline Smith. in the High Court of Justiciary. o
by Smith. Madeleine Hamilton. 1835-1928.
 Paperback: Pages (1357-01-01)

Asin: B002UPRR04
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10. Trial of Miss Madeline Smith in the High Court of Justiciary, Edinburgh, on the Charge O[f] Poisoning. June 30-July 9, 1857
by Madeline Hamilton Smith
 Hardcover: Pages (1857)

Asin: B000IFVURE
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12. The Never Realized Republic: Political Economy and Republican Virtue
by Peter O'Lalor
Paperback: 358 Pages (2005-03-07)
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Asin: 0615121144
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Before the inception of America's federal republic, in 1788, the Revolutionary generation upheld a traditional republican heritage. This heritage was supported through education, religion, and rooted in the English common-law. The Federalists in the 1790's having rejected this ancient heritage pursued instead, expansion and domination of trade backed by an elite military. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Enlightening Historical Non-fiction
Apparently this well documented book explains what happened to the federal government in the 1790's that not only ill affected the desired outcome of the Revolution; but the reason for an ever increasing central authority today.

I enjoyed how the author traced the meaning of words and ideas and the foundation of a classical education that gave the colonists their purpose. The author stated that "all republics begin because of a need to remedy political evils." He also quotes the Declaration of Independence - "He [the king] has refused his assent to laws most wholesome and necessary for the public good." What a scary reflection of what is happening now! Certainly the author stresses the fact and with a lot of footnotes and research; demonstrates that this kind of history is of paramount importance to liberty. I was amazed at learning about the colonist's own history, and wonder why so much is not taught to children. Is this control of information and or a means of keeping the citizenry ignorant of their governments duty and obligation to the people?

I also enjoyed the legal history of common-law which remains with us today. While the author takes great strides to distinguish between common-law as custom and statutory law as "laws of authority," I wish the author would write more about the principles of the federal Constitution today; including but not limited to - fair and equal treatment under the law, as well as a government of laws not of men.

All in all the book is enlightening. If people read more books like this I believe civic duty and a greater awareness of the causes and motivations of government would be serving the people in general rather than as we

5-0 out of 5 stars MUST READ!
I started to read this book, not knowing what to expect.I couldn't put it down.It is a must read for everyone.I learned more about the history of our constitution and the founding of this country than I had ever learned - insights into motives, ethics, conduct, choices.It was so interesting and it motivated me to take action on a pending constitutional law issue that was before me.Thank you, Paula McKibbin

5-0 out of 5 stars American Virtue and American Power
In "The Never Realized Republic", Peter O'Lalor describes the great heritage of freedom and liberty that informed America's Revolutionary generation, the fundamental intentions of the Founders when they gathered in Philadelphia to write the Constitution, and the way these intentions were in many ways thwarted by the single-minded efforts of one man - the extraordinary Alexander Hamilton, the driving force of Washington's administration. (It is noteworthy, and praiseworthy, that O'Lalor never questions Hamilton's loyalty or good intentions; only his principles). As a result, the Founders' prevalent vision of a government with a duty to promote political, social, and economic justice for all its citizens, was transformed into Hamilton's personal vision of a government striving to aggrandize itself - through the accumulation of national wealth and global commercial dominance backed up by military might.

O'Lalor shows how these two visions, in many ways, reflect two classical ideals: the Greek and the Roman. (Colonial Americans were well-versed in ancient history, as well as English and European history. They understood that the age-old tension between virtue and corruption, and the historic struggles between freedom and tyranny, had much to teach them if they wished to create a future of liberty that would avoid the problems and failures of the past.) The Greeks had developed the ideal of government based on Duty: the duty to do good for the public good. The Romans, after the fall of their Republic and the initiation of the Empire, had developed the ideal of government based on sovereign Right: the right to dominate and expand.

England itself had a long tradition of pursuing the Greek vision, beginning even before the signing of the Magna Carta. Colonial Americans therefore considered themselves the heirs of a magnificent heritage of ever-expanding freedom and liberty, in which the duty of the Sovereign was to protect their way of life and promote the pursuit of happiness - not to `utilize' English citizens for its own aggrandizement. Thus, O'Lalor argues that the Revolutionary generation was not trying to break away from their heritage and create something altogether new: rather, they were simply protecting their sacred heritage. As the Declaration of Independence points out, the English king had failed in his duty to that heritage, and it was their responsibility to re-invigorate and protect their historic rights and liberties.

Later on, when the Articles of Confederation failed as well, the Founders gathered once again to try and correct the weaknesses of the Articles - but not to change their original principles. Therefore, as James Madison pointed out, the new Constitution did not create new principles, and for the most part it gave the government no new powers. Its intent was simply to improve the efficiency of the government's ability to enforce the original principles and powers.

There was, however, one `new' federal power: the power to regulate commerce. For this, notes O'Lalor, there was no precedent, and the Founders could not anticipate, from the past, how this new factor might play out. It was this power that Hamilton used "as leverage to finance his vision of an industrial-commercial and military regime, predicated on Roman virtue...." However, as O'Lalor reminds the reader, this new power "was never intended to finance the vision of any one particular person, or an ideology...." It was intended to further the goals of "the Revolutionary generation, whose vision was social, political, and economic equal opportunity." Because of the intercession of Treasury Secretary Hamilton (i.e., his slanted scheme for assuming and paying off the revolutionary War debt, the creation of a national bank, his coziness with wealthy factions, his one-sided encouragement of industry), this vision - the intended American Republic - was never truly realized.

O'Lalor's very good (and exceptionally well-documented) book tells this story from pre-Magna Carta days to the time when Hamilton's efforts came to an abrupt halt following his Report on Manufactures (which projected the future of the United States in the world economy, and which brought charges of corruption along with strong opposition to Hamilton's suggestion of supporting industry through subsidies). He nicely weaves together elements of ancient and modern history, economics, philosophy, religion and education. He grieves over the loss of what might-have-been, deploring the empty consumer society that seems to be the final end of our great American experiment. But he concludes on a hopeful note: "The government has a moral duty to serve people. If that is a given, society will progress toward peace and harmony. Then will America realize the republic of the Revolutionary generation."

This is a very pertinent and timely book, which all Americans should read.

5-0 out of 5 stars This man knows what he is writing about!!!!
This book is a fascinating look into our nation's true history!O'Lalor goes back in time with examples such as the Magna Carta to explain how our nation's fathers got their ideas on how to organize this nation's government.This is not a History for Dummies book!This is a true work of someone who has done incredible research to bring the reader the true meaning of a "republic".Do YOU know what a REPUBLIC is?

5-0 out of 5 stars Written and Unwritten History of America's Republic
The Never Realized Republic represents research of the written and unwritten history of the inception of America's republic. As the author I can assure you; you will find new meaning to America's past. I also want to announce a forthcoming title due out this month. Shrouded in Mist: Physics and the Archaic Symbology of Metaphysics. This is a collection of essays and poems to illuminate, compare, and contrast modern and ancient science. I have returned to my roots in studies of comparative theology and mysticism. Product Description To demystify millennia of science, philosophy, and religion is no easy task. During archaic times and the thousands of years of wisdom; acquired by the priests of Egypt for example, there was no reference to science or philosophy - it wasn't even religion, per se'.The nature of existence or of truth and knowledge was not merely the true belief, of ancient Greek philosophy. As civilization moved westward, through the Mediterranean, Europe, and across the Atlantic; the nature of existence or of truth and knowledge, was and still remains in constant and often volatile conflict. It seems the world has settled on believing but understanding where it all came from, remains shrouded in the mists of time. Presented in Shrouded in Mist is one poet's attempt to reconcile the faith and wisdom, between science and religion. Product Details ISBN: 978-1-4512-9425-5 ... Read more

13. Hamilton Electric Watch Repair Manual
by William O Smith Jr
 Hardcover: Pages (1958)

Asin: B0042WXTVY
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14. AMAZING STORIES - Volume 37, number 10 - October 1963: Stand-by; Drunkboat; The Prince of Liars; The Fastest Draw; The Misfit; Profile of Edmond Hamilton
by Cele (editor) (Philip K. Dick; Cordwainer Smith; L. Taylor Hansen; Larry Eisenberg; Roger Zelazny; Sam Moskowitz) Goldsmith
Paperback: Pages (1963)

Asin: B000N4I1J0
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15. Irish Book of Arms Genealogy Heraldry
by Michael C. O'Laughlin
Hardcover: 160 Pages (2001-01-01)
list price: US$29.95 -- used & new: US$25.79
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Asin: 0940134861
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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The first book to capture both the arms and family history of the oldIrish Septs, and the newer 'settler' families from Scotland andEngland.Documented with Locations, Dates and Sources.The actualColor Coats of Arms and Blazons are included for many of the families,and many others are displayed in black and white exactly as they arefound in the old works in the Irish Archives. Seats of power;forfeited arms; Extinct lines; Noble orders; Badges; and Peeresses areincluded, making this the most complete work of its kind. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars From the heralds books going back centuries, as I found them
Watch Video Here: http://www.amazon.com/review/R38ATDTD5U601R This book presents old and new Irish Family coats of arms.You will see in the video that some of these arms are in color, and several other works have that.What no other work has, are the combined records of the old heralds work, with the rough black and white original illustration, plus the genealogical notes on both the older and newer illustrations.

Included are illustrations and family notations from 4 or 5 heraldic works, dating back 2 to 4 centuries.Those unfamiliar with the printing techniques of the day,will not understand the old block letterpress style printing of times past.Those illustrations are not like the slick illustrations from art departments today.I included the originals just as they appear in the old works by Kimber, etc.. so we could see exactly what kind of designs were being used in the days when it meant much more than today.

Included from the old heralds work, are notations on the family, sometimes giving the ancestor from whom they descended, or from where they originally came.So, they are taken then, from the original heraldic work.You will also find lists of those who lost heraldic honors, and those whose line went extinct.Anyone with an appreciation for history will find the older section of this work both interesting and valuable.These original resources are seldom used in modern works, so much so that many people have no idea from whence they came !

I hope you will enjoy the video and the Irish Book of Arms.It is a unique resource for Irish Heraldry, with original heraldic illustrations and commentary.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Historical Context!!!!
This book has been so informational!It has helped greatly in my research. Information I havent been able to locate anywhere. This book has captured the arms and family history of the old Irish Septs. As well as the newer families from Scotland and England!I highly recommend!

4-0 out of 5 stars Irish Book of Arms
Overall this is a very good source on Irish heraldry dating back some time. True it is in black and white and the images seem to be scanned in from other sources, but that is precisely the point. It is a compilation of arms from several Irish sources scanned into one collection and alphabetized for the reader.

It is a worthwhile book for anyone interested in Irish armory at all levels and certainly aids those who do heraldic artwork, such as myself, in finding emblazons from long ago so future clients can create their own arms based off of, though different from, the existing arms of these names from specific places.

Overall I give it 4 out of 5 stars. The only reason it is not 5 out of 5 is that I wish the blazons for some of the arms, which are not included, would have been; i.e., the arms of the Tribes of Galway is an excellent feature, but the blazon for the crests and arms is not there ... you have to dig them out of the text where they are available there, though not all are.

5-0 out of 5 stars Proven original arms and families from the 1700's onwards!
This book has salvaged original arms from works as early as the 1700s in Ireland, and ties many of the arms to specific individuals - seldom done in other works.Some originalswere from the 1700's, it is no wonder that they are not 'perfectly' glossy.They are very real.Those unfamiliar with the printing process may not understand that ink will fade over the centuries.All the originals have been reproduced exactly as they appeared in the dusty, salvaged volumes in the Irish Archives.Many appear nowhere else in print. Some novices may like arms that have been redrawn by a modern 'artist' in modern colors- this book includes over a hundred of those, but also includes hundreds of orginals that are found in no other work today- which makes it very unique

In addition - genealogy notes which appear nowhere else in print appear in several hundred entries.They name the holder of the arms, the name of father or descendant, and the SOURCE from which the information is taken, i.e. the Peerage of Ireland, The Irish Compendium, etc...dating back to 1722 a.d..It is, bar none, the largest collection of Irish arms with commentary.

In short, any serious student of Irish heraldry will appreciate this work and its historical context.

2-0 out of 5 stars Home printing at its worst
If you are thinking of buying this book, save your money.Neither the research into this subject nor the quality of the printing is worth it.The book appears to be a cut-and-paste collection of images that appeared in antique books.The quality is so poor that many of the black-and-white images are blurry (low resolution on computer scanner?)and show black lines at the edges like a poor photocopy.Nor is the book comprehensive.All in all this book seems to have been published at home.... ... Read more

16. Amerikas : Faszinierende Landschaften
by Dana and Letitia Burns O'Connor. Photographs By Tom Bean, Carr Clifton, Liz Hymans, Brad LaPayne, Charles Mauzy, David Muench, Chuck Pefley, Mike Sedam, and Richard Hamilton Smith Levy
 Hardcover: Pages (1996-01-01)

Asin: B001J5VG9Y
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17. Australian cave bats,: A provisional guide to identification
by Elery Hamilton-Smith
 Unknown Binding: 16 Pages (1964)

Asin: B0007K1890
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18. Eminent Methodists: Twelve booklets in one book
by O. P Fitzgerald
 Unknown Binding: 375 Pages (1897)

Asin: B00085XBV2
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19. Common Sense ($.99 Patriot Classics - Complete Original Text)
by Thomas Paine
Kindle Edition: Pages (2009-06-20)
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Asin: B002E19W2K
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Read the original, full-length political pamphlet that inspired Glenn Beck to write Common Sense!

'Common Sense is a pamphlet written by Thomas Paine. It was first published anonymously on January 10, 1776, during the American Revolution. Common Sense was signed "Written by an Englishman", and the pamphlet became an immediate success. In relation to the population of the Colonies at that time, it had the largest sale and circulation of any book in American history. Common Sense presented the American colonists with a powerful argument for independence from British rule at a time when the question of independence was still undecided. Paine wrote and reasoned in a style that common people understood; forgoing the philosophy and Latin references used by Enlightenment era writers, Paine structured Common Sense like a sermon and relied on Biblical references to make his case to the people. Historian Gordon S. Wood described Common Sense as, “the most incendiary and popular pamphlet of the entire revolutionary era.”' -- Wikipedia ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Call to Independance
Published in 1776, Common Sense challenged the authority of the British government and the royal monarchy. The plain language that Paine used spoke to the common people of America and was the first work to openly ask for independence from Great Britain.

It is sad to think what our schools have become. Since our school systems have been taken over by "feel good", "don't hurt their self-esteem" whacko, liberal, leftist Democrats, our educational systems have sunk to ever decreasing lows.

This SHOULD be mandatory reading in every junior high class.
Now...if obama and all his other dim-whitted, socialist, leftist MORONS would read it, we might be better off!

5-0 out of 5 stars Common Sense, by Thomas Paine
This is a classic document of the American revolution and is essential reading for anyone who is intested in understanding the history of political philosophy in America.Thomas Paine diagnoses the ills of government in his time and prescribes the radical solution of political independence for the American colonies and rejection of monarchy and aristocracies. ... Read more

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