Immigrant Vs. Paine: Commoner For The Working Man

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Paine was raised not very in a wealthy or affluent family at all while Jefferson was. I personally believe that Paine had more of an insight or a yeaninhg for freedom and independece because of his upbringing which definately served as an advantage. Being an emigrant he definately understood how oppressed the working man could feel, because Paine was not born in the colonies he had a different different upbringing which I feel helped show us a different persective and how flawed some systems are. Voices of freedom was written for commoners for the working man, forsomeone who didnt have a pleuorta of education however they understood the message he was trying to convey. Jefforson spoke so eloquent I refuse tobelieve his document would have
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