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Thomas Was the Greatest Factor in the Americans Winning the American Revolution

Summary: Thomas Paine was more important than even the battle of Saratoga. Without Thomas Paine, the battle of Saratoga would not even have occurred. The war would have ended long before the battle without Thomas Paine. The colonists would not have had enough courage to continue fighting the war.
Question: "The writings of Thomas Paine had a greater impact on the winning of the American Revolution than any other single event, including the battle of Saratoga." Explain why you agree or disagree with this statement.

Thomas Paine is the man most responsible for the Americans winning the American Revolution. Thomas Paine motivated, inspired, and united the colonists against the British government. Thomas Paine gave the colonies a reason to risk their lives in order to fight for their independence.

Thomas Paine, through "Common Sense" and "American Tragedy", motivated and inspired the colonists. Without the motivation and inspiration of Thomas Paine, America would not be the way it is today. America would not be free from British oppression. America would have lost the American Revolution. Before Thomas Paine's "Common Sense", colonists hated the British, but they were too...

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