Common Sense

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List Of Touch! Generations Titles - Games For Nintendo DS
... often referred to as General Knowledge Training or Common Sense Training was launched in Japan on October 26, 2006 for the Nintendo DS video game system ... It was produced under the supervision of the Japan Common Sense Aptitude Examination Association and is the sixth installment to the ever-successful Japanese Touch! Generations ... the training mode is delivered in small doses so you're only able to test your 'common sense' a single time each day ...
Conde Mc Ginley - Career - Involvement With The House Un-American Activities Committee
... Freedman, who had partially financed Common Sense ... for the purpose of publishing a semimonthly paper, Common Sense, as well as a mass of individual printed matter ... Common Sense represents itself as the "Nation's anti-Communist paper." Subscriptions are sought from "loyal and patriotic Americans" in order to "help ...
Susan Sowerby - Major Themes
... The story constitutes a struggle between common sense and the accepted wisdom of the day, in which common sense wins ... The children, by their own observations, strengthened by the common-sense of Dickon's family, break free of the imposed regime and triumph ...
Robert Townsend (spy) - Into The Spy Ring
... led Townsend to the Culper Spy Ring, including the influence of Thomas Paine’s Common Sense, British harassment of his family, and his relationship with ... revival, Townsend ultimately turned his back on pacifism as a result of Thomas Paine's pamphlet, Common Sense ... Brought up in the Quaker tradition, Paine advocated in Common Sense the early Quaker views of struggling against corruption and narcissism ...
Common Sense (magazine)
... Common Sense was a political magazine named after the pamphlet by Thomas Paine and published in the United States between 1932 and 1946 ... with its contributors often being democratic socialists of one kind or another, Common Sense was founded in 1932 by Yale graduates Selden Rodman and Alfred Bingham, son of U.S ... stated that during the early New Deal years of the Great Depression Common Sense became "the most lively and interesting forum of radical discussion in the country." ...

Famous quotes related to common sense:

    There is all the poetry in the world in a name. It is a poem which the mass of men hear and read. What is poetry in the common sense, but a hearing of such jingling names? I want nothing better than a good word. The name of a thing may easily be more than the thing itself to me.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)