Introduction and Appendix
1. How does Thomas Paine write the book <i>Common Sense</i>?
(a) With a co-writer.
(b) With two co-writers.
(c) With a ghost writer.
2. In the Introduction, what does Paine state about the thoughts of the book?
(a) They may have been popular at an earlier date.
(b) They are popular for half of the country.
(c) They are popular for all of the country.
(d) They may not be popular.
3. What does Paine believe will happen with time?
(a) His views will become accepted and possibly favored.
(b) His views will never become accepted or favored.
(c) His views will become favored, but not accepted.
(d) His views will become accepted, but not favored.
4. According to Paine, what is the difference between society and government?
(a) Positivism versus negativism.
(b) North versus South.
(c) East versus West.
(d) Right versus wrong.
5. What does society promote?
6. What does government promote?
7. How does Paine describe society?
(a) As a perfect model.
(b) As a good example.
(c) As a gift.
(d) As a blessing.
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