Thomas Paine and Revolutionary History
The panelists talked about Thomas Paine and his role in the Revolutionary War. They focused on Paine’s role as author, solider and founding father. Following their prepared remarks they answered questions from audience members.
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Jim Johnson Colonel (Retired) U.S. Army
- Dan McCarthy Associate Professor College of New Rochelle->Political Science
- Brian McCartin Director Thomas Paine National Historical Assn.->Memorial Museum
- Thomas S. Wermuth Dean Marist College->Liberal Arts School
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