Thomas Paine Vs Crevecoeur's

189 Words1 Page
Both Thomas Paine and Hector St. John Crèvecoeur have similar views on American, and they both are trying to make America a better place to live. However, I feel that Paine’s vision of America is more ideal than Crèvecoeur’s. Paine has a clear understanding of the world affairs, and he represents a desire for an ideal society in his essay. He does not really try to find the current America as an ideal society, but he emphasizes that American independence is inevitable. Unlike Paine’s perspective, Crèvecoeur depicts Paine’s points of the ideal society in the colonial life in America. He does not cry out for American independence, but he finds a desire for natural rights in America while Paine seeks the same desire through American independence,

More about Thomas Paine Vs Crevecoeur's

Open Document