Political Bell Curve

The American Crisis

 

Author: Thomas Paine

 

From: The Writings of Thomas Paine, Volume I 

Collected and Edited By: Moncure Daniel Conway 

Date Range:  1774-1779

 

Audio available on YouTube

Editor's Preface

 

The Crisis I. These Are the Times That Try Men's Souls

 

The Crisis II. To Lord Howe

 

The Crisis III. In the Progress of Politics

 

The Crisis IV. Those Who Expect to Reap the Blessings of Freedom

 

The Crisis V. To Gen. Sir William Howe

 

The Crisis VI. To the Earl of Carlisle and General Clinton

 

The Crisis VII. To the People of England

 

The Crisis VIII. Address to the People of England

 

The Crisis IX. Had America Pursued Her Advantages

 

The Crisis X. On the King of England's Speech 

 

The Crisis XI. On the Present State of News 

 

The Crisis XII. To the Earls of Shelburne 

 

The Crisis XIII. Thoughts on the Peace, and Probable Advantages 

 

A Supernumerary Crisis: To the People of America

 

 

TThe Modern Republic Moderate Republican Democrat Bipartisan PAC Public Policy
  • Political Speech
  • LinkedIn - Black Circle
  • Facebook - Black Circle
  • Twitter - Black Circle
  • YouTube - Black Circle
  • Google+ - Black Circle

This website and all of its content are for the purpose of free education on the subjects of government and politics

#Education #Government #Politics

#Free #GiveBack

#FreeSpeech

Logo Rounded Edge Transparent Grey.png