Thomas Paine Rights Of Man Analysis

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Thomas Paine’s characterization of America from Rights of Man is formulated around the idea that the government, which was conceived "on the principles of society and the rights of man," is responsible for the country's prominent social, political and economic equality. America is often thought of as a land of opportunity, equality and freedom. While Paine’s characterization of America today does not necessarily utilize all of those ideals, it is mainly centered on a country where everyone is treated as equals regardless of their social, political and economic standing. Many would agree that Paine’s idea is an absurd one, even Paine could not have been completely honest with himself, speaking about a utopia where all are treated equal when
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