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Common Sense

Summary: Deals with the document "Common Sense" that was written by Thomas Paine.
Thomas Paine wrote this document because of a want for independence. It appeared around 1776 and quickly sold about 150,000 copies.

Thomas Paine begins by telling us that men from all levels of society were involved in the controversy of the struggle between England and America. He stated that all of them had different reasons and ideas for being involved, yet none of these men had been successful in solving their problem. Using violence was the lat thing that they could thing of to settle their dispute; the king chose this option, and America accepted this idea.

Paine then tell us that resolution with Great Britain would be good for the colonies but that would never happen. Before Common Sense was published, no one was fighting for independence, there were fighting only for their rights. Paine declares that you have to look at both sides of the argument. One side...

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