The Life of Thomas Paine Productions – Lesson Four
He can’t resist the calling of a new revolution in France so there he is, right in the middle of turmoil again. And he is nearly hung, first in France on the streets of Paris and then in England in a court trial, as he writes about human rights, ending the English Monarchy and endless war. America has been fighting somewhere in the world for most of its 250 years. What do you think about this?