Thomas Paine Essay | Thomas Paine, John Adams and the American Revolution

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Thomas Paine, John Adams and the American Revolution

Summary: How the American Revolution fulfilled the promises of Thomas Paine, John and Abigail Adams.
In 1775, the American movement towards freedom was gaining strength. Many authors during this time wrote about how the colonies needed to break away from England and become a free, independent nation. For example, Thomas Paine, John Adams and his wife Abigail are historic figures that played a significant role in the independence movement. They wished for an independent, British-free society where revolution was the means to achieve their common goal. The eventual triumph over Britain fulfilled the promises and aspirations of both Paine and the Adamses.

In January of 1776, Thomas Paine made the case for independence in his pamphlet titled, Common Sense. The conquest of the British must have satisfied the goals of Paine in a plethora of ways. It is made evident that Paine is not fond of a monarchy. He says, " To the evil of monarchy we have added that...

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