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|This collection of biographies of twentieth-century U.S. ambassadors to France explores their personal and professional lives, highlighting accomplishments and challenges in France.|
|10. Where. Liberty. is. Not,. There. is. My. Country. When the great French |
Revolution broke out, Thomas Paine felt an immediate wish to take a hand in it.
His book, "Common Sense," had probably done more than any other book to
bring the ...
|... “Where liberty is, there is my country,” cried out, “Where liberty is not, there is |
my country.” Though the United States motivated both men's exclamations,
Paine's promised fresh campaigns. All along Paine had pictured America as an
|"Where liberty dwells, there is my country," Franklin said; but Paine said, "Where |
liberty dwells not, there is my country." He went to Europe in 1787. In answer to
Burke's Reflections on the French Revolution he published The Rights of Man, ...
|In one of those stirring quotations that the founders always seemed ready to |
provide future speechwriters, Benjamin Franklin said, “Where liberty dwells, there
is my country.” His disciple Thomas Paine responded, “Where liberty is not, there
|At the top of the frame was a snake — not the American rattlesnake of liberty but |
the European serpent of unity, in this case the unity of all humanity. ... Franklin
himself holds a flowing scroll that reads, "Where liberty dwells, there is my
|You should know one thing at the beginning: I took my American beliefs with me |
into these Asian struggles, as Tom Paine would have done. Ben Franklin once
said, "Where liberty dwells, there is my country." Tom Paine had replied, "Where ...
|ubiist liberlas, ibi est mca patria ;" the English of which is, " Dear my country, |
dearer liberty. — where liberty is, there is my country." In writing this motto William
had made one or two mistakes, which Mr. Harris corrected, and as the good man
|“Where liberty is, there is my country,” Franklin once said, to which Paine replied, |
“Wherever liberty is not, there is my country.” Franklin spent the last years of his
life in Philadelphia. He died in 1790, at the age of eighty- four. In his will, he left ...
John P. Diggins - 2000 - 330 pages
|Enjoying liberty as almost a gift from nature, Americans regarded patriotism as |
important but far from essential. The French Revolution ... "Where liberty is, there
is my country," instructed Ben Franklin, who identified with America. Tom Paine,
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