This country was in Paine's favor when it made the move to combine unity, intelligence, and sheer determination upon developing a new government based on the Constitution.
This country was Paine's homeland for thirty-seven years, and its government was criticized by Paine for its monarchy and oppressive tactics.
This country was Paine's home for a number of years; its government was a pet cause for the author.
Home to John Adams, this state is considered to be one of the cornerstones of American government, its own laws serving as basis to the American Constitution.
This city was the initial center of the American government and a primary target during the Revolution.
This was the home to the Bastille and the center of the formation of a Revolution.
This is the home to the British...
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