Common Sense is a pamphlet written by Thomas Paine in 1775–76 advocating
independence .... the new nation's second president, in his Thoughts on
Government wrote that Paine's ideal ske...
At the time Paine wrote “Common Sense,” most colonists considered themselves
to be aggrieved Britons. Paine fundamentally changed the tenor of colonists' ...
Thomas Paine's Common Sense. ... He wrote in the language of the people, often
quoting the Bible in his arguments. Most people in America had a working ...
Common Sense was written by Thomas Paine on January 10, 1776. The 48-
page pamphlet presented an argument for freedom from British rule. Paine wrote
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He then become a writer of pamphlets and moved to Philadelphia in 1774. He
quickly believed in American independence and wrote "Common Sense.".
The publication of Thomas Paine's Common Sense on January 10, 1776 in ....
During the war, Paine enlisted in the Continental Army, and wrote a series of ...
'Common Sense' and the American Revolution by Harvey Kaye ..... Paine wrote
Common Sense to transform the colonial rebellion into a war for independence.
Common Sense has 19971 ratings and 940 reviews. ... thoughts and was a great
influence to many of the colonial people because he wrote it in a language that ...
Simply titled Common Sense, it became a publishing phenomenon, a best-seller
... "disastrous meteor," wrote John Adams, who felt Paine's inflammatory call for ...