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"Care killed the cat." English 18th Century Proverbs
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"The devil finds work for idle hands to do." English 18th Century Proverbs
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"Fear the Greeks bearing gifts." English 19th Century Proverbs
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"Happy is the country that has no history." English 19th Century Proverbs
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"Lightning never strikes the same place twice." English 19th Century Proverbs
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"The man who is born in a stable is not a horse." English 19th Century Proverbs
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"The only good Indian is a dead Indian." English 19th Century Proverbs
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"What’s bred in the bone will come out in the flesh." English 15th Century Proverbs
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"The fish always stinks from the head downwards." English 16th Century Proverbs
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"The half is better than the whole." English 16th Century Proverbs
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"Yorkshire born and Yorkshire bred, strong in the arm and weak in the head." English 19th Century Proverbs
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"The blood of the martyrs is the seed of the Church." English 16th Century Proverbs
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"Every cock will crow upon his own dunghill." English 13th Century Proverbs
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"Big fleas have little fleas upon their backs to bite them, and little fleas have lesser fleas, and so ad infinitum." English 18th Century Proverbs
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"Two boys are half a boy, and three boys are no boy at all." English 20th Century Proverbs
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"A reed before the wind lives on, while mighty oaks do fall." English 14th Century Proverbs
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Thomas Paine
Birth: 1737-01-29 Death: 1809-06-08

"Is it popular to pay our debts, to do justice, to defend the injured and insulted country, to protect the aged and the infant, and give top liberty a land to live in? Then must taxation, as the means by which these things are done, be popular likewi"

One of America's founding fathers, Thomas Paine wrote with great passion, communicating his ideas of the revolution so the common man could readily understand it as easily as the intellectuals. He published "Common Sense" in 1776, one of the most important pamphlets to make the case for American independence. He also wrote "The Crisis", which served as an inspiration to the Colonial Army. He left the country to return to Europe, where he worked on other pursuits, including the idea of a smokeless candle. His most famous work, "The Age of Reason" was his downfall. It's anti-church stanc…



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