Detail from "Wha Wants Me," a caricature of Thomas Paine published in London in 1792. The scroll (visible here) reads “Rights of Man”/“Common Nonsense”/ “Equality of Property.” The bottle of ink is labeled “gall.” Not pictured is the bottom half where "Paine stands on the discarded scraps of the established British order—Protection [of] Property, Religion, National Prosperity, Magna Charta [sic], Loyalty, Obedience to the Laws, Morality, Happiness, Industry, Personal Security, Inheritance, Justice." Library of Congress via Smithsonian.
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