Thomas Paine - This person migrated from Britain to America at age thirty-seven, and used his skills as a pamphleteer to speak out in favor of the Revolution by anonymously penning Common Sense, The American Crisis, and The Rights of Man.
Edmund Burke - This longstanding member of the British House of Commons and the Whig Party was well known as an orator, author, and political theorist who supported the American Revolution, but opposed the French Revolution.
King George III - This person is best known for his role in the American Revolution, as the sovereign who would not grant the American colonies their wish to be separated from the United Kingdom.
Thomas Jefferson - This founding father of the United States served as its third president and is known for the creation of the Declaration of Independence, of which he was the main contributor.
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