Selected Works of Thomas Paine
Agrarian Justice (1797)
Means By Which The Fund Is To Be Created
Means For Carrying The Proposed Plan Into Execution, And To Render It At The Same Time Conducive To The Public Interest
The American Crisis (1776 - 1777)
I. "These are the times that try men's souls."
II. "Universal empire is the prerogative of a writer."
III. "In the progress of politics..."
IV. "Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom..."
V. To General Sir William Howe.
VI. To The Earl Of Carlisle, General Clinton, And William Eden, Esq., British Commissioners At New York.
VII. To The People Of England.
VIII. Address To The People Of England.
IX. "Had American pursued her advantages..."
X. On The King Of England's Speech.
XI. On The Present State Of News.
XII. To The Earl Of Shelburne.
XIII. Thoughts On The Peace, And The Probable Advantages Thereof
Common Sense (1776)
Of The Origin And Design Of Government In General.
With Concise Remarks On The English Constitution
Of Monarchy And Hereditary Succession
Thoughts On The Present State Of American Affairs
Of The Present Ability Of America, With Some Miscellaneous Reflections
The Rights Of Man (1791 - 1792)
Part The First
Being An Answer To Mr. Burke's Attack On The French Revolution
Rights Of Man
Declaration Of The Rights Of Man And Of Citizens
By The National Assembly Of France
Part 1 Observations
Part The Second
Combining Principle And Practice