America - 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.
England - This country was Paine's homeland for thirty-seven years, and its government was criticized by Paine for its monarchy and oppressive tactics.
France - This country was Paine's home for a number of years; its government was a pet cause for the author.
Massachusetts - 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.
Philadelphia - This city was the initial center of the American government and a primary target during the Revolution.
Paris - This was the home to the Bastille and the center of the formation of a Revolution.
London - This is the home to the...
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