Thomas Paine

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Thomas Paine - Thomas Paine was a political theorist, best known for his work  Common Sense,  which furthered momentum behind the Revolutionary War movement  in America. He later took an active role in the French Revolution and opposed the  growth of the Federalist Party in the United States. In his later years, Paine was severely  ostracized, and died an impecunious outcast from society.  Charles Wilson Peale - Charles Wilson Peale was best known as a painter of heroes  from the Revolutionary War era. In addition, he founded the first major museum in the  United States, the Peale Museum at Baltimore.  Charles Pinckney - Charles Pinckney was a foreign minister during Jefferson's first  administration. Previously implicated in the XYZ Affair, he redeemed himself alongside  Robert Livingston and James Monroe in brokering the Louisiana Purchase for the  United States. 
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