Influence Of Common Sense By Thomas Paine

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One of Thomas Paine’s most famous writings, “Common Sense”, helped inspire the colonists to fight for their freedom against Britain. The colonists of America were treated unfairly by the British government. “Common Sense” explained how they shouldn’t be treated like the way they were and used quotes from the Bile to connect with the people( who were mostly religious at the time). He made people question the authority the British had over them. One thing “Common Sense” pointed out was how unfairly the colonists were being treated.”To say, they will never attempt it again is idle and visionary, we thought so at the repeal of the stamp-act, yet a year or two undeceived us…”(Paine, Common Sense) This quote explains how the British were forcing
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