1. Which century was Thomas Paine known for being one of the great political thinkers?
(a) Twentieth century.
(b) Seventeenth century
(c) Nineteenth century.
(d) Eighteenth century.
2. What did Paine do to help the cause being fought for in the American Revolution?
(a) He made a political case for it and supported the troops.
(b) He made a political case for it and planned its strategy.
(c) He made an ethical case for it, planned its strategy, and supported the troops.
(d) He supported the troops and planned the war's strategy.
3. What type of work was Rights of Man?
(a) A response.
(b) A warning.
(c) A declaration.
(d) An invitation.
4. Which of the following did Paine speak out against in Rights of Man?
(a) Thoughts on French Affairs.
(b) Reflections on the Revolution in France.
(c) Letters on a Regicide Peace.
(d) Remarks on the Policies of the Allies with Respect to France.
5. What was the first part of Rights of Man written to accomplish?
(a) To correct Burke's grammatical errors.
(b) To address the people that agreed with Burke.
(c) To address the people that disagreed with Burke.
(d) To correct Burke's factual errors.
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