How Did Thomas Paine Influence The Colonist

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The Influence of Thomas Paine Would the Revolutionary War have failed or successes without the influence of Thomas Paine? Thomas Paine was born February 9, 1737, Thetford in Norfolk. He was active in local affairs in the town council. However, Thomas Paine didn’t successes in the town council so, he became a journalist. Thomas Paine had a massive influence on the colonist because of his word choice in his speech. Thomas Paine helped bring the attention to what is right, and support, join the war. Thomas Paine used pathos to alarm the colonist. He used pathos since it can put fear into the people and once they are alarmed they would want to protect themselves and their colonies. “These are the times that try men’s souls.” Thomas Paine also speaks
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