How Did Thomas Paine Wrote Crisis No. 1

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Thomas Paine wrote Crisis no. 1 in 1776. Crisis no. 1 shows Paine's feelings regarding Britain's control over the colonies. He wrote it to help support his argument for independence from England in the Revolutionary. He wanted to expose Britain and reunite the colonies.

Paine's writing was simple and he made sure anyone could pick it up and read it. He spoke in a very calm but determined tone in the book to try to grab his reader's attention. Paine argued and outlined the problems going on within England. His goal was to make the readers feel his rage and anger the way him and the patriots felt.

The general overall goal of Paine's writing was to persuade. He had to convince the readers that they wanted to stand up to the British. He mentioned

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