Analysis Of Common Sense By Thomas Paine

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Thomas Paine’s ‘Common Sense” is a text on the argument of American independence. In the beginning, Paine begins by describing the many differences between Government and Society. Paine then explains the purposes of government, and how it is supposed to protect us, our liberty, and our property. Paine eventually goes on to talk about Society, and how it is encompassed by “the people”. Paine had many ideas about the world before there were Kings; he believed that before Kings, the world had no leaders. His belief was that monarchy is a sin that was despised by God in the early stages of civilization. Paine stood for the idea of succession from Britain, as he believed the American colonies weren’t gaining anything under the British rule. Thomas
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