Thomas Paine’s radical vision and plainspoken style helped inspire the American Revolution, supported individual rights and more. His experience as a privateer and a government tax collector – likely informed his views later in life, which included vehement opposition to war and slavery, and in support of natural rights and the sovereignty of the people.

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