Apostles of Revolution
Historian John Ferling recalled the joint efforts of Thomas Jefferson, Thomas Paine, and James Monroe to sow social and political upheaval throughout colonial America as well as their support for revolutionary movements in Europe.
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John Ferling Professor Emeritus State University of West Georgia->History
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