Common Senseby Stephen R Cafaro
Common Sense – Revisited in the New Millennium, is an updated version of Thomas Paine’s ground-breaking work. The book develops comparisons between the social, economic and political injustices of 21st century America and the circumstances of 1776 which led to the American Revolution. The similarities of the two periods include analyses of democratic representation, economic disparity and national identity.
The conclusions indicate America needs another revolution in order for her citizens to, once again, take control of their government. Modern day Americans are faced with conditions mush like our colonial ancestors in that reconciliation with a corrupted government is no longer possible! America can and must do better. The final chapter contains some fundamental reforms which can be instrumental in restoring America to a government of the people, by the people and for the people!
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