To celebrate the release of the Common Sense expansion for Europa Universalis IV, Paradox Books releases this classic work of the same name, in ebook format.
Thomas Paine only needed 48 pages to write Common Sense, but the impact of those pages would echo through history like few other documents before or after. The empire forged from its words still remains the world’s mightiest power more than 200 years later.
This work is in the public domain. It includes a new preface by Jakob Munthe, the Brand Manager for Europa Universalis IV.
Instructions are as follows:
Upon purchase, this book will be downloaded to your computer in two formats: epub and mobi (Kindle). To access your ebook, navigate to the ebook folder in your Europa Universalis IV game folder.
Right click Europa Universalis IV in your Steam Library
Go to the Local Files tab
Click Browse Local Files
Open the ebook folder
To read the book on your mobile device, transfer the epub or mobi file to the device and open the file in your ebook reader app. Enjoy!
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To read copies of this book is actually surprising difficult, for such as key price of English Language history (language as in the effect on society, the type of English language studied at British universities). I bought this on sale, through steam, and I was surprised; I have read the alternate history anthologies made by paradox before, but it is quite special to read an actual piece of history. Still, the price is a bit high, yet if you wish to support paradox, and want to easily read an important historical document without digging around, this is probably worth it (or wait till a sale)
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