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The documents that inspired the American Revolution and the birth of the nation remain as relevant today as they were almost 250 years ago. From Thomas Paine's "Common Sense" to Alexander Hamilton's "Federalist Papers," we chose eight Library of America volumes essential to understanding America's early years. Our design features an early Colonial Flag overlain with text and signatures from the "Declaration of Independence." The set includes the following heirloom-quality books: "American Revolution, Debate on Constitution" (Volumes 1 and 2), "American Speeches," and the writings of Hamilton, Franklin, Paine, and Tocqueville. All books are brand new from the publisher, Everyman's Library, with jackets designed and printed by Juniper Books on a special tear- and water-resistant paper.